State Rep. Bronna Kahle, of Adrian, today was sworn in for her third and final term as a Michigan state representative by House Clerk Gary Randall. The 101st Michigan Legislature today began session following the swearing-in ceremony.
“I am thankful for the opportunity to serve and work hard for the people of Lenawee County and value the trust they have placed in me,” Kahle said. “The coronavirus pandemic has been tough for everyone and I look forward to tackling the issues Michigan will face over the next two years, as we seek to recover and rebuild our way of life. Times are tough, but brighter days are ahead, especially when we are working together.”
Rep. Kahle serves the people of the 57th district which includes Adrian, Hudson, Morenci and Tecumseh as well as the townships of Adrian, Blissfield, Clinton, Deerfield, Dover, Fairfield, Franklin, Hudson, Macon, Madison, Medina, Ogden, Palmyra, Raisin, Ridgeway, Riga, Rollin, Rome, Seneca, Tecumseh and Woodstock.
To contact Rep. Kahle’s office with concerns, questions or ideas, residents may contact her office at (517) 373-1706 or [email protected].
State Rep. Bronna Kahle finished her second term in the state House with another perfect voting record, taking part in all 1,027 votes during the 2019-2020 session. In total, Rep. Kahle has cast her vote on all 2,581 recorded roll-call votes between January 2017 and December 2020.
“It was a sad, sad day for America and I am heartbroken over the appalling violence that occurred at our nation’s Capitol. We are a nation of laws and those laws must be followed. I absolutely condemn the violence and those that were rioting. People have a right to peacefully protest and I will always work to protect that inherent American right, but acts of violence and storming public buildings only damage the very fabric of who we are as a nation.
Residents in Lenawee County and throughout Michigan will soon experience a fairer and more rational criminal justice system, thanks to a plan spearheaded by state Rep. Bronna Kahle that was signed into law today.