Brandenburgs Senate office is open for business

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LANSING — State Sen. Jack Brandenburg, R-Harrison Township, announced today that his Lansing office is open and ready to meet the needs of constituents of the 11th District.

“Anyone who needs assistance or wants to share their viewpoint on state issues can contact our office,” said Brandenburg. “As your state senator, it is my goal to provide the best service possible for the people of Macomb County. My staff and I are prepared to listen and help in any way we can.”

Brandenburg’s office is located in Room 605 of the Farnum Building at 125 West Allegan St. in Lansing, across from the Michigan Capitol. An e-mail address and toll-free number have been established to add convenience for district residents. The e-mail address is SenJBrandenburg@senate.michigan.gov and the toll-free number is 1-866-229-4211.

District residents may also contact Brandenburg by calling the senator’s office at (517) 373-7670 or by U.S. mail at Senator Jack Brandenburg, P. O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI, 48909.

Brandenburg also announced he will be a member of several Senate committees in addition to leading the Senate Finance (tax policy) committee and serving as majority caucus whip for the 2011-2014 legislative term. These additional assignments include the Senate committees on:

  • Insurance;
  • Local Government & Elections;
  • Outdoor Recreation & Tourism; and
  • Transportation.

“I am honored to give Macomb County residents a leadership voice in Lansing on the important issues facing our families and job providers every day,” Brandenburg said. “There is much to do to energize our economy and our state, and I am eager to get started.”

Brandenburg represents the 11th Senate District, which includes the townships of Armada, Bruce, Chesterfield, Harrison, Lenox, Macomb, Ray, Richmond, Shelby and Washington as well as the cities of Mount Clemens and New Baltimore and parts of Memphis and Richmond. 

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