Hauck officially sworn in as 34th District state senator, office open for business

Hauck officially sworn in as 34th District state senator, office open for business

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Roger Hauck was formally sworn in as senator for the 34th District on Wednesday during a ceremony at the Capitol. Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement administered the oath of office.

“It is a great honor to serve the people of mid-Michigan and I want to thank everyone for entrusting me to be their voice in Lansing,” said Hauck, R-Mt. Pleasant. “I’m ready to join my new colleagues and continue working to advance policies that help families and businesses across this great state.”

Hauck was joined on the Senate floor by friends and family for Wednesday’s ceremony.

Hauck also announced that his office is now open and ready for business. The senator’s office is in Room 3300 of the Connie B. Binsfeld Office Building, at 201 Townsend St., across the street from the Michigan Capitol.

Residents can contact Hauck’s office at 517-373-1760, via email at SenRHau[email protected] or by mail at Sen. Roger Hauck, P. O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909.

More information, along with helpful resources can be found at SenatorRogerHauck.com.

Michigan’s 34th Senate District includes Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Osceola, Mecosta and Isabella counties and parts of Bay, Clinton, Lake, Midland and Saginaw counties.

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Editor’s note: A print-quality version of the above photograph is available by clicking on the image or by visiting the senator’s website at SenatorRogerHauck.com. Click on “Photos” under the “Press Room” tab.

Photo caption: Sen. Roger Hauck, R-Mt. Pleasant, was formally sworn in as senator for the 34th District on Wednesday. He was joined by friends and family members as Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement administered the oath of office.

 

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