PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Prestin (R-Cedar River) is sworn in by House Clerk Gary Randall.
State Rep. Dave Prestin today announced his new Lansing office is open to serve the people of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Prestin, R-Cedar River, is just beginning his first term after being elected this past November. He represents the new 108th House District following the statewide redistricting process.
“It’s an absolute honor to represent the people of Michigan’s pristine Upper Peninsula,” Prestin said. “I’m blessed with terrific staff to help me best serve our community. My team and I want to hear from local residents and help in any way we can.”
In Prestin’s office, Deb Drick serves as legislative director and Grace Farley is constituent relations director.
“Deb and Grace bring years of legislative experience, as well as experience in non-profit management, education, business and law,” Prestin said. “They will be an asset to the people of the 108th district, and I’m glad they are on my team.”
The new office is located at S-1487 in the Anderson House Office Building. Prestin can be contacted by calling 517-373-0156, emailing DavePrestin@house.mi.gov, or mailing correspondence to S-1487 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, Michigan 48909. You can also reach Deb or Grace by calling the office, or emailing: DDrick@house.mi.gov, or GFarley@house.mi.gov.
The 108th House District includes the Upper Peninsula counties of Delta, Menominee, Schoolcraft, Luce, as well as parts of Chippewa and Mackinac.
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