State Rep. Ann Bollin was recently recognized as one of GOPAC’s 2022 Class of Emerging Leaders.
GOPAC recognizes legislators who have demonstrated promise in positively impacting their state and rising within the Republican ranks. Bollin, of Brighton Township, is one of 25 legislators nationwide to receive the recognition.
“I work hard to be a strong voice for our community and represent our conservative values at the state Capitol,” Bollin said. “It’s an honor to be recognized for that work.”
The prestigious program is a year-long initiative to educate future Republican legislative leaders. The program equips participants with information to help legislate more effectively and ultimately achieve leadership roles within their state.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today lambasted a new requirement issued by the unelected Natural Resources Commission (NRC) that could result in criminal penalties for deer hunters who fail to comply.
State Rep. Ann Bollin, chair of the House Elections and Ethics Committee, today released the following statement after signatures were submitted for the Secure MI Vote initiative, a citizen-driven petition to enact several reforms to strengthen Michigan elections, including voter ID requirements:
State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township said the new state budget signed by the governor today was carefully crafted by the Legislature to focus on paying down debt, limiting long-term liabilities, and leaving room for billions of dollars in potential tax relief.