Rep. Annette Glenn is joined by her son-in-law Alejandro, daughter Reagan, grandson Mateo and youngest son Jefferson during the first day of session for the Michigan House in 2021.
Rep. Annette Glenn of Midland was sworn in today for a second term in the Michigan Legislature.
“I am honored and blessed that the people of Bay and Midland counties have put their trust in me to serve them in the Michigan House of Representatives for a second term,” said Glenn, who represents the 98th District. “With all the challenges we faced in 2020, I am eager to continue working so our communities can have a better and more prosperous 2021.”
Residents may contact Glenn’s office at [email protected] or (517) 373-1791.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today was appointed to lead an important panel of the Michigan House Appropriations Committee focused on energy, the Great Lakes and the environment.
Rep. Glenn says she’ll work again this term on legislation to create a State Employee Ombudsman to receive and refer whistleblower complaints from state employees. Similar legislation died in the Michigan Senate last term and Rep. Glenn argues a whistleblower law would have been beneficial in the Flint water crisis.