Republican Floor Leader Bryan Posthumus (far right) was sworn into office this week for his second term as State Representative.
His oath of office was administered by House Clerk Gary Randall (far left). He was joined by his wife, Elizabeth, and kids, Scarlett, Olivia, and Harrison.
Posthumus (R-Kent County) represents the people of Michigan’s new House District 90, which encompasses the northern area of greater Grand Rapids, including Sparta, Alpine, Algoma, Courtland, Cannon, Grattan, Vergennes townships and parts of Tyrone and Plainfield townships, as well as the City of Rockford.
Rep. Posthumus’ office can be reached by addressing mail to the representative at Capitol Building Room 141, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, MI 48933, by phone at (517) 373-0830, or by email at [email protected].
“It’s an honor to continue serving families in Kent County,” Posthumus said. “My staff and I are already hard at work serving the hardworking taxpayers here. I look forward to another term of service and bringing our West Michigan values to the Capitol.”
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