State Rep. Ann Bollin was recently recognized as one of GOPAC’s 2022 Class of Emerging Leaders.
GOPAC recognizes legislators who have demonstrated promise in positively impacting their state and rising within the Republican ranks. Bollin, of Brighton Township, is one of 25 legislators nationwide to receive the recognition.
“I work hard to be a strong voice for our community and represent our conservative values at the state Capitol,” Bollin said. “It’s an honor to be recognized for that work.”
The prestigious program is a year-long initiative to educate future Republican legislative leaders. The program equips participants with information to help legislate more effectively and ultimately achieve leadership roles within their state.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today voted to eliminate a requirement recently put in place by the unelected Natural Resources Commission (NRC) that, if allowed to stand, could result in criminal penalties for deer hunters who fail to comply.
“This lawsuit alleges that nearly 24,000 names on the rolls belong to people who have been dead for five years or more. That’s significant. And it’s exactly why we have been working on several legislative reforms to make certain the qualified voter file gets cleaned up – legislation the governor has vetoed.