Changing State Government

Jeremy first ran for office in 2014 stating he’d be ready on day one to tackle the challenges our state faces. As a result of his experience and preparedness, Jeremy was promoted into leadership early in his first term in the House of Representatives. Now in his second term, he was elected by his colleagues to serve as the House Democratic Whip and was appointed by the Speaker as the top Democrat on the Regulatory Reform Committee, making him well-positioned to enable change in Lansing on behalf of his constituents.