first_img05Jan Rep. Outman has perfect voting record for 2013-14 session Categories: News State Rep. Rick Outman is part of a distinguished group of Michigan legislators with a perfect voting record during the 2013-2014 legislative session.The House took 1,345 roll call votes, and Outman, R-Six Lakes, did not miss a single vote. The nonpartisan website www.michiganvotes.org compiles the voting histories of lawmakers in the Michigan House and Senate.“Voting is a very important part of my job, and I take it very seriously,” Outman said. “I listen to what the hard-working families in Montcalm and Gratiot counties are concerned about, and my vote reflects those concerns, giving residents a strong voice in state government.”The Legislature last session approved measures to help improve Michigan’s economy and create jobs, along with Outman-sponsored issues such as modernizing the Michigan Potato Commission to meet the shifting needs of potato growers. He also was instrumental in getting the OK-2-SAY hotline bills passed that will help end bullying in schools.“We have taken a common-sense approach in making government more efficient and effective,” Outman said. “I will continue to champion legislation that will give all Michiganders a brighter future.”#####last_img read more

first_img01Oct Rep. Poleski announces Oct. office hours Categories: News Rep. Earl Poleski today announced his office hour schedule for the month of October.Office hours will be held every Friday of the month from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Jackson County Tower Building located at 102 W. Michigan Ave. in Jackson.“I hope to see a good turnout this month,” said Rep. Poleski. “We’ve got a lot of interesting legislation coming up and I’m interested to hear people’s thoughts.”No appointments are necessary. Those who are unable to attend are encouraged to contact Rep. Poleski’s office with any ideas, questions or concerns by phone, toll-free, at 888-643-4786 or by email at [email protected]###last_img