Webber’s Senate office open to serve constituents

Webber’s Senate office open to serve constituents

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Michael Webber announced today that his Lansing office is open and ready to meet the needs of residents of the 9th Senate District.

His office is located in Room 3200 of the Connie B. Binsfeld Office Building at 201 Townsend St. in Lansing, across from the Capitol.

“It is an honor to have been elected by the people of the 9th District to be their voice in Lansing. It is important that residents are able to count on their elected officials and I look forward to working hard on their behalf once again,” said Webber, R-Rochester Hills.

The newly elected senator previously served three terms in the Michigan House, where he maintained a perfect voting record casting more than 3,800 votes with zero votes missed, introduced 85 pieces of legislation or amendments, and sponsored over 130 bills that were signed into law from 2015-2020.

Webber’s office staff includes Chief of Staff Mitch Moore, Legislative Director Bryce Webster, and Constituent and District Director Michael Stroud.

“I am proud of the team we have put together and I am confident their legislative experience will serve our district well,” Webber said. “I encourage residents of the 9th District to reach out to us about state issues that concern them. We are here to work on their behalf and tackle the tough issues that will help to lower the costs of living and help hard working people and families get ahead in Michigan.”

Webber and his staff can be contacted at 517-373-0994 or [email protected]. The office mailing address is Sen. Michael Webber, P.O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909.

Michigan’s 9th Senate District includes the cities of Rochester, Rochester Hills, Troy, and Utica along with parts of Oakland Township, Shelby Township and Sterling Heights.

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