As your advocates in Lansing, it’s important for us to be as accessible to you as possible. Here are a few ways to engage with your state representative:

Stop by their legislative office: All our members’ offices are located in the Anderson House Office Building, directly across the street from the Capitol at 124 N. Capitol Ave in Lansing. Remember to bring photo identification for your visit.

Take a tour of the State Capitol: Our Capitol building is one of Michigan’s most cherished landmarks. Located in the heart of Lansing, visitors can learn about Michigan’s former capitals and capitol buildings and view monuments and memorials. Both guided and self-guided tours are available.

Attend House Session: House sessions are open to the public and are generally held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. and on Thursdays at noon. On occasion, the House also convenes on Mondays and Fridays. For a complete schedule of House session, visit: house.mi.gov. You can also watch session from home by clicking here.  If you do decide to attend session, please contact my office so you can be recognized.

The State of Michigan also offers a number of publications with helpful information for adults, resources for teens, and fun activities for children. Member offices have everything from coloring books that teach children about Michigan’s history to information on starting your teen’s first job or saving for college.

For more publications to read online or request from your representative’s office or by visiting the Legislature’s website here.