New Republican Legislator Hopeful to Hear from Citizens
State Rep. Matt Maddock’s legislative office is now open and ready to serve the residents of Oakland County.
Citizens can contact Rep. Maddock by calling (517) 373-2616 or emailing [email protected] Letters can also be mailed to N-893 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.
“We all want government to be responsive to citizens, to listen and help those in need,” Rep. Maddock said. “My office is ready to work every day to listen to the great people in Oakland and help them with what they need.”
Residents can view updates from Rep. Maddock or subscribe to his newsletter by visiting www.RepMaddock.com.
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