Today, State Representative Steve Johnson was sworn in for his third and final term as representative of the 72nd District, which includes Leighton Township, Dorr Township, Gaines Township, Wayland Township, the city of Wayland, and the city of Kentwood.
“I’m looking forward to my final term in the House,” said Rep. Johnson, R-Wayland. “We need to restore the liberties of our people and ensure their government is listening to them and working for them.”
State Rep. Steve Johnson finished his first two terms in the state House of Representatives with a perfect voting record, taking part in all 2,584 record roll call votes.
“The people of Allegan and Kent counties elected me to be their voice in Lansing,” Rep. Johnson stated. “I take that responsibility very seriously and believe it is important to be present and transparent with every vote. Over the next two years, I will continue working hard to represent the interests of the 72nd District.”
Representative Johnson’s Lansing office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Residents of the 72nd House District can contact Rep. Johnson by calling (517) 373-0840 or emailing [email protected]. Correspondence can also be mailed to P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909. Updates, news, and vote explanations can be found at RepJohnson.com.
Rep. Johnson, the Chair of the House Oversight Committee, talks about Thursday’s Committee meeting, where Representatives heard direct testimony from people involved with Michigan’s restaurant industry and the impact of state-mandated closures.
State Rep. Steve Johnson (R-Wayland), who chairs the House Oversight Committee, today issued the following statement calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to immediately readdress her administration’s ongoing 25-percent capacity limit for indoor dining.
Today, State Rep. Steve Johnson introduced a resolution calling on the National Park Service to establish a moose tag lottery hunt on Isle Royale, in order to help control the island’s increasing moose population.