The official office of State Rep. Pat Outman, of Six Lakes, opened this week and the newly-elected member of the 70th House District said he’s looking forward to continuing the hard work for Montcalm and Gratiot County families.
“A top priority of mine is for residents to know my office is open and we are here for you,” Outman said. “I’m honored you have selected me to serve as your state representative and am looking forward to buckling down and working on measures to better serve our community and areas throughout Michigan.”
Outman also announced his office staff – Danielle Sirianni will serve as his Legislative Director and Jacob Frievalt as his Legislative Aide. Sirianni, a Michigan State University alumna, has worked for the 70th District for the past four years. Frievalt, a University of Wisconsin – Whitewater alumna, previously interned for former- Speaker Lee Chatfield for two summers and then worked as former-state Rep. Jim Lower’s Legislative Aide.
“Danielle and Jacob have been great to work with so far,” Outman said. “I’m looking forward to having them in my office. I’m confident they will be wonderful public servants on behalf of all our residents in the 70th district.”
Residents can contact Outman by reaching out via phone at 517- 373-0834 or by email at [email protected].
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