Legislative News

State Elected Officials

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D)

Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist (D)

  • Address: S-215 State Capitol Building, PO Box 300, Lansing, MI 48909-7526 
  • Phone: 517.373.6800 
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Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI)

  • Address: United States Senate, 731 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 
  • Phone: 202.224.4822 
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Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI)

  • Address: United States Senate: 724 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510
  • Phone: 202.224.6221
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Atty. Gen. Dana Nessel (D)

  • Address: 525 W Ottawa St, PO Box 30212, Lansing, MI 48909
  • Phone: 517.373.1110
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Secy. of State Jocelyn Benson (D)

  • Address: Michigan Department of State, Lansing, MI 48918
  • Phone: 517.373.2510
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Congressman Andy Levin (D)
9th U.S. Congressional District (Bloomfield Township)

  • Address: 228 Cannon HOB
    Washington, DC 20515
  • Phone: 202.225.4961
  • Website: contact Rep. Levin

Congresswoman Haley Stevens (D)
11th U.S. Congressional District (Bloomfield Hills)

Congresswoman Haley Stevens (D)
11th U.S. Congressional District (Bloomfield Hills)

Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence (D)
14th U.S. Congressional District (West Bloomfield)

  • Address: 2463 Rayburn House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515
  • Phone: 202.225.5802
  • Website: contact Rep. Lawrence

Senator Rosemary Bayer (D)
12th State Senate District (Bloomfield Township)

Senator Mallory McMorrow (D)
13th State Senate District (Bloomfield Hills)

Senator Jim Runestad (R)
15th State Senate District (West Bloomfield)

Representative Ryan Berman (R)
39th State Representative District (West Bloomfield)

  • Address: S-888 House Office Building
    P.O. Box 30014
    Lansing, MI 48909
  • Phone: 517.373.1799
  • Email: 

Representative Padma Kuppa (D)
41st State Representative District (Troy)

Representative Mari Manoogian (D)
40th State Representative District (Bloomfield Township & Bloomfield Hills)

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Tri-County Alliance for Public Education

The Tri-County Alliance for Public Education is a coalition of education leaders committed to fighting for strong K-12 schools in Michigan. We work hand in hand with education leaders across the state to achieve one common goal: Ensuring all Michigan children have access to a quality public education.

To rebuild Michigan education after years of budget cuts, we urge policymakers to address these three core themes:

Restoring full and fair funding

The state has cut millions of dollars from our schools since 2010 - amounting to hundreds of dollars per student. This makes it harder for our kids to compete. It's time to invest it in our future  - our children - and restore school funding cuts.

Tackling child poverty

Half of Michigan's students live in poverty and more than 37,000 are homeless. When kids can't feed themselves, properly stay warm in the winter or even find shelter, they cannot learn. Michigan must take a more aggressive approach to fighting poverty among our schoolchildren and we can no longer afford to ignore this problem.

Protecting local control

Lansing politicians are meddling in local school issues, making it harder for our teachers to teach and kids to learn. Education policy should be crafted by education experts, teachers, families and those on the front lines of education.