State Rep. David Martin, right, was recently sworn into office at the Michigan State Capitol by House Clerk Gary Randall, left. Martin’s wife, Grace, holds the Bible while his parents, Bill and Joyce Martin look on.
State Rep. David Martin has been officially sworn in, and his legislative office is now open and ready to serve residents of Genesee County.
Martin represents Michigan’s 48th District, which includes the communities of Clio, Davison, Montrose and Otisville, as well as the townships of Davison, Forest, Genesee, Montrose, Richfield, Thetford and Vienna.
“The people at home are my priority, and I will always have their backs,” said Martin, of Davison. “I encourage residents to contact me with their questions and concerns or to share any ideas they have that could help make life better for people in our community.”
Jonathan Mieczkowski, a Swartz Creek resident who has seven years of experience working in the Legislature, will serve as Martin’s legislative director. Phillip Eckert, a Genesee County native with constituent relations experience, will serve as his legislative aide.
People can contact Martin’s office by calling (517) 373-7557 or emailing [email protected]. Correspondence can also be mailed to N-897 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48909.
Residents can view updates from Rep. Martin by visiting www.RepMartin.com or following him on Facebook.
State Rep. David Martin of Davison (back row, third from right) and other House legislators stand on the state Capitol steps on Thursday, May 13 in support of Michigan workers whose jobs are supported by Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer this week attempted to revoke the pipeline’s easement through the Straits of Mackinac, putting good Michigan jobs — including many skilled trades jobs — at risk.
State Rep. David Martin and the Michigan House this week approved a measure to help make sure Michigan high school graduates have an opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments with their friends, families and teachers this year.