Michigan Senate Republicans


Senator Thomas A. Albert

Sen. Albert Gives the Invocation

Senator Thomas Albert gives the invocation at the beginning of session on September 26, 2023.

Senator Joseph Bellino

Sen. Bellino: Lansing Democrats Refuse to Let Taxpayers Keep Their Money

Michigan isn’t the only state in the nation that had a massive budget surplus – but other states had very different approaches to using these taxpayer dollars, Senator Joe Bellino said in a statement on September 12, 2023.

Senator Jon Bumstead

Sen. Bumstead: Gotion Questions Remain Unanswered

Senator Jon Bumstead joined The Big Money Show on Fox Business to discuss the questions surrounding the Gotion project after Democrats voted to spend $175 million in taxpayer funds on the Chinese-backed EV battery plant.

Senator Kevin Daley

Sen. Daley Welcomes Lapeer Strike Zone Robotics Team

Senator Kevin Daley welcomes national champions, the Lapeer Strike Zone Robotics Team, to the state Capitol. (June 6, 2023)

Senator John Damoose

Sen. Damoose Testifies in Support of SB364

Senator John Damoose testified in the Senate Finance Committee, giving his support to Senate Bill 364. (June 7, 2023)

Senator Roger Hauck

Sen. Hauck: No Vote Explanation for SB34

As a former union leader, Senator Roger Hauck explains why his is voting no on Senate Bill 34 and the importance of preserving Right-to-Work for Michigan workers. (March 14, 2023)

Senator Michele Hoitenga

Sen. Hoitenga: No Vote Explanation for SB 76-86

Senator Michele Hoitenga gives her no vote explanation for Senate Bills 76 through 86 on March 16, 2023.

Senator Mark Huizenga

Sen. Huizenga: Grand Rapids Has Something For Everyone

From art galleries and museums, to outdoor adventures and world-class breweries, Grand Rapids has something for everyone. No matter how you spend your time here, there is always something new around the corner.

Senator Ruth Johnson

Sen. Johnson: SB 367 Undermines Election Security and Transparency

Senator Ruth Johnson gives her no vote explanation for concurring in the House substitute to Senate Bill 367, citing how the bill reduces the integrity of our elections and limits the ability of poll watchers and challengers to observe the process in a transparent manner. (June 28, 2023)

Senator Dan Lauwers

Sen. Lauwers Celebrates "March is Reading Month" 2023

Senator Dan Lauwers celebrates “March is Reading Month” by reading from “Sleep Tight Farm,” by Eugenie Doyle.

Senator Jonathan Lindsey

Sen. Lindsey Offers a Pro-Farmer Amendment

Senator Jonathan Lindsey speaks in support of his amendment to Senate Bill 277, which would put the burden on solar companies, not farmers, to restore land for agricultural use. (September 26, 2023)

Senator Ed McBroom

Sen. McBroom: Proper Staffing at Department of Corrections Crucial for Morale, Safety

Senator Ed McBroom continues to highlight the dangerous consequences of staffing shortages at Michigan’s Department of Corrections. (September 26, 2023)

Senator Aric Nesbitt

Sen. Nesbitt honors Madeline Watts for her service to the Senate

Senator Aric Nesbitt honors Madeline Watts for her service to the Senate with a tribute during session on Wednesday, June 14, 2023.

Senator Rick Outman

Sen. Outman: Memorial Day Recognition for Service

Senator Rick Outman recognizes veterans for their service during the 28th annual Memorial Day Service on May 25, 2023.

Senator Jim Runstead

Sen. Runestad: No Vote Explanation for SB339

Senator Jim Runestad gives his no vote explanation for Senate Bill 339, citing his concerns that voter data will not be protected. (June 7, 2023)

Senator Lana Theis

Sen. Theis Speaks in Support of Her Amendment to SB 195

Senator Lana Theis speaks in support of her amendment to Senate Bill 195, which would require Licensing and Regulatory Affairs to detail each of the policy changes related to nursing homes the department has made in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. (May 9, 2023)

Senator Roger Victory

Sen. Victory honors 2022 Flag Day

Michigan State Senator Roger Victory honors 2022 Flag Day.

Senator Michael Webber

Sen. Webber: More Must Be Done for Hawthorn Center Families

Senator Michael Webber calls for an independent investigation of the Hawthorn Center in a floor statement on September 12, 2023. The families and former patients of Michigan’s only state-run psychiatric hospital for minors deserve answers.

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