Brighton Twp. clerk Ann Bollin announces run for 42nd District state rep

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Brighton Township Clerk Ann Bollin is running to become the next State Representative for Michigan’s 42nd State House District, which covers Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg, Putnam and Brighton Townships, the City of Brighton, and the Village of Pinckney. She will be on the Republican Primary Ballot on Aug. 7, 2018.

“I am excited and proud to launch my campaign,” said Bollin. “I am running because we need people in Lansing who understand how decisions made at the Capitol impact hardworking Michigan families and businesses. Livingston County is my home, and I am committed to keeping it the best place to raise a family, live, work, and play. We need Representatives in Lansing who treat our tax dollars like what they are…the money of the people to serve the people, and I plan to be a budget hawk who advocates for fiscal responsibility.”

Bollin is a long-time community leader and active volunteer, whose experience as a township clerk, and knowledge of how government works will enable her to review proposed legislation and rules, and evaluate how it will really affect our citizens.

Bollin serves on the greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Holy Spirit Catholic Church Parish Council, Livingston County Municipal Clerks Association, Michigan Townships Association Board of Directors, the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks Legislative Committee, and is an alternate township voting member on the Council of Election Officials at the state level. Ann and her husband, Tim Bollin, are associate members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society at their church, and the proud parents of three sons: Derrick, Kyle, and Bryan.

“I will serve the district with integrity, a strong fiscal conscience, and with a continued commitment to be our citizens voice in Lansing,” said Bollin.

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