State Rep. Graham Filler will have a leadership position among House Republicans for the upcoming 2023-24 term in the Michigan Legislature.
As assistant floor leader, Filler will help lead Republicans’ legislative efforts during House session and ensure parliamentary procedure and House rules are followed.
“It’s an honor to be entrusted with this leadership role,” said Filler, of Clinton County. “I have gotten to know the people in our communities well. I know their values and the issues that matter most to them. This position will allow me to continue standing up for what’s right.”
Filler was recently re-elected to the Michigan House. He represents the 93rd District, which includes Clinton County and portions of Gratiot County. When the new Legislature convenes in January, he will represent portions of Clinton, Gratiot, Saginaw, Montcalm and Ionia counties.
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