State Rep. Ann Bollin was first elected in November 2018 and represents the 42nd District in southeast Livingston County.  It includes Brighton, Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg and Putnam Townships, the City of Brighton and the Village of Pinckney.


Rep. Bollin serves on the Appropriations Committee and the following Appropriations Subcommittees:

  • Vice-chair – Agricultural & Rural Development
  • Vice-chair – Higher Education and Community Colleges
  • Member – General Government
  • Member – Health and Human Services
  • Member – Joint Capital Outlay
  • Member – Transportation


Prior to her election to the House, Ann was the Brighton Township Clerk from 2003-2018 and was the longest serving clerk.  Known for being a strong community leader, she also served on the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Michigan Townships Association Board of Directors (District 25 Director), Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks Legislative Committee and Council of Election Officials (Township Alternate), Livingston County Municipal Clerks Association as Treasurer and the Livingston Community Water Authority.  She also serves on the Livingston County Community Alliance Marijuana Committee and is the immediate past president of Holy Spirit Catholic Church Parish Council and an associate member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society.  In 2018, she was enrolled in the Brighton Area Women’s History Roll of Honor.

She attended Central Michigan University and studied Recreation Therapy and was a Taubman Fellow at Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives in State and Local Government Program. She is also a MPLP (Michigan Political Leadership Program) alumni.


Ann and her husband Tim have three millennial age sons and reside in Brighton Township.