State Rep. Alicia St. Germaine last Wednesday took the ceremonial oath of office as a state representative in the Michigan House. Clerk Gary Randall administered the oath in the state Capitol in Lansing on the House’s first day of session. Pictured here at an earlier date are Rep. St. Germaine with her husband, Jeff; son, Jager; daughter, Sumer; and family friend, Makayla Monday.
St. Germaine said it is tremendous honor to represent local residents at the state Capitol, and she will be a fierce advocate on their behalf.
The first-term legislator represents the new 62nd House District, which consists of the cities of Fraser and St. Clair Shores, portions of Chesterfield and Clinton townships, a portion of the City of Roseville, and all of Harrison Township.
Tom Kuhn is the State Representative for Michigan’s 57th District. He represents portions of Sterling Heights, Troy and Madison Heights. Alicia St. Germaine is the State Representative for Michigan’s 62nd District. She represents portions of Chesterfield Township, Clinton Township, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, and all of Fraser, and Harrison Township.
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Rep. Alicia St. Germaine issued a statement this week urging House Democratic leadership to adopt the Legislative ethics plan introduced by her colleagues (HBs 4264-4269), including her plan (HB 4264) that requires abstaining from a vote when there is a conflict of interest. The Detroit News revealed earlier this month that Rep. Witwer, a Democrat […]
Rep. Alicia St. Germaine is again speaking out against Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s decision to add a new layer of bureaucracy within Michigan’s education system. In July, Whitmer created the Michigan Department of Lifelong Education, Advancement, and Potential (MiLEAP) to oversee preschool and postsecondary education – a move St. Germaine called an unnecessary expansion of a […]