Halloween safety tips from Rep. Hornberger
Rep. Hornberger helps move car insurance reform into the fast lane
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger joined fellow House members in approving a bipartisan plan to reform Michigan’s broken no-fault system. [Click Here for Full Statement]
State spending plan makes smart investments in Michigan schools
As a former teacher now serving in the Michigan House, I’m proud to say the $14.8 billion K-12 school budget the Legislature adopted is the largest investment in Michigan history – encompassing more than a quarter of our total budget. [Click Here for Full Statement]
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2016. She represents the 32nd District, which includes portions of Macomb and St. Clair counties, including the City of New Baltimore and portions of the cities of Memphis and Richmond, as well as the townships of Chesterfield, Casco, Columbus, Ira, Kenockee, Kimball, Riley and Wales.
Rep. Hornberger is the chairwoman of the House Education Committee, and is a member of the Elections and Ethics, and Health Policy committees. She also serves as vice chair of the Appropriations subcommittee on School Aid and Department of Education.
Rep. Hornberger has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, teaching certification from Wayne State University and a master’s in education administration from Saginaw Valley State University.
For the past 23 years Rep. Hornberger taught Art in the East China School District in St. Clair County. Prior to receiving her bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, Rep. Hornberger worked at Metrics Unlimited, her family’s industrial tool supply.
PUBLIC OFFICE AND AFFILIATIONS
In 2010 Rep. Hornberger was elected to serve as a Trustee on the L’Anse Creuse Public Schools Board of Education. In 2014, she was appointed by the governor to serve as the Regional Representative for the Selective Services Board. She is the past chairperson of the Michigan Association of School Boards Legal Trust Fund and the past secretary of the Republican Committee of Northern Macomb County.
Raised in Sterling Heights, Rep. Hornberger is a lifelong resident of Macomb County. She has lived in Chesterfield Township since 1998.