PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Kunse (R-Clare) is sworn in by House Clerk Gary Randall.
State Rep. Tom Kunse today announced his new Lansing office is officially open and ready to serve the residents of Michigan’s 100th House District.
Kunse is beginning his first term after being elected this past November. He represents the new 100th House District following the statewide redistricting process.
“It’s a tremendous honor to represent the residents of my district here in Lansing,” Kunse said. “Hearing from folks in our unique community will help me best serve our area. I encourage all those who live in my district to reach out with any questions, concerns or ideas.”
In Kunse’s office, Alex Dempsey serves as legislative director and Olivia Ammerman is the constituent relations director.
“Alex and Olivia bring years of legislative experience, as well as a deep understanding of our community,” Kunse said. “They will be true assets to the people of the 100th, and I’m proud to say they’re on my team.”
The 100th House District includes Mecosta and Osceola counties, and parts of Lake and Clare counties.
Rep. Kunse’s office is located at S-1289 in the Anderson House Office Building. He can be contacted by calling (517) 373-7317, emailing [email protected], or mailing correspondence to S-1289 House Office Building, P.O. Box 30014, Lansing, Michigan 48909.
“Last year was such a success that we had to run it back again this year,” said Kunse. “Things can get tense in Lansing, but we’re all here because we want to make things better. The Legislative Softball Game allows us to throw politics aside, embrace bipartisanship, and raise money for a really important organization.”
“Five years after announcing her Michigan Sunshine Plan, the governor failed to even mention the historically inadequate transparency legislation she signed last year,” said Kunse, the Republic vice chair of the House Ethics and Oversight Committee. “Her silence is deafening. Gov. Whitmer talked endlessly about sunshine when she came into office. Six years later, both Lansing and our transparency laws are covered in fog.”
State Rep. Tom Kunse, R-Clare, will soon host local office hours in Evart and Clare. The meetings will take place at the following times and locations: Saturday, Feb. 10 Evart Library; 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; 104 N Main St. in Evart. Monday, Feb. 19 Cops and Doughnuts; 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; 521 N McEwan St. […]
“It’s frightening to consider how many kids may have been failed by the broken system in the 18 years since MDHHS was originally sued for negligence,” said Kunse, who serves on the House Ethics and Oversight Committee. “MDHHS is clearly incapable of creating meaningful change. The Oversight Committee must demand answers and explore solutions for these failures. This is urgent. We’re not talking about tax policy; we’re talking a state department failing vulnerable kids.”