Dear Neighbors,

It is an honor to continue to serve as your representative during such a pivotal moment in history. I am eager to continue to work to enact policies that will help us defeat COVID-19, rebuild our economy and deliver the necessary support for our public schools to provide a world-class education to every child.

You can visit my website at for many more resources – including access to numerous state publications and information about my recent efforts in Lansing. Please do not hesitate to reach out to my office by phone at (517) 373-1772 or email at for questions about this or any other state-level issue.


Lori Stone

State Representative, 27th House District

In this issue:

  • Upcoming Community Conversations
  • Election Integrity Town Hall
  • Student Recovery Advisory Council Appointment 
  • March is Reading Month

Community Conversation

As your state legislator, I cherish your input and ideas on how to make our community and our state better. That’s why I am looking forward to my community conversations coming up in the next few weeks.  I hope to see you at one or both of these events but don’t hesitate to reach out to my office by phone at (517) 373-1772 or email at in the meantime.

  • Saturday, Feb. 27 at 11 a.m. You can join on Zoom by clicking here
  • Saturday, March 27 at 11 a.m. You can join on Zoom by clicking here

You can also find more information and a link to join on my Facebook Page.

Election Integrity Town Hall

One of the most important things we do as citizens in a democracy is exercise our right to vote. This past year, while we were all staying home had the potential to be even more challenging. Thankfully, because we all came together and shared information on ways to engage in the process safely, we had one of our most successful and secure elections to date.

In that spirit, I hope you will join me on Thursday, Feb. 25, at 7 p.m. to talk about the process, what worked, what didn’t, and how we can make things better in the future. So we can make sure we have the answers to your questions, please send them in early to my email.

You can join on Zoom or on my Facebook Page. Joining me will be three special guests:

  • Former Macomb County Clerk and Register of Deeds Fred Miller
  • State Sen. Paul Wojno
  • Clinton Township Clerk Kim Meltzer

Student Recovery Advisory Council Appointment

 Earlier this month, Gov. Whitmer signed Executive Order 2021-02, to create the Student Recovery Advisory Council of Michigan. As Michigan continues to work around the clock to eliminate COVID-19, the Student Recovery Council will provide guidance and recommendations to ensure Michigan students have the tools and resources they need to get back on track. I am honored to have been appointed to this advisory council by Gov. Whitmer and I am ready to work with my fellow members to find the right solutions to support our students and teachers for success.

March is Reading Month

I am very eager to share my enthusiasm for reading with students again this year. As a former teacher, education and literacy are personal priorities for me.  I look forward to the opportunity to share a book and celebrate March is Reading Month. Please stay tuned to this newsletter for updates on March is Reading Month activities.