State Representative
Annette Glenn
98th District, Michigan

About Annette Glenn

Hello neighbor,

I’m Annette Glenn, and I’ve served as your State Representative since January 2019.

When you elected me to this position, I promised you I’d work tirelessly to support you and other residents of our district, and from my first day in office, I’ve kept that pledge.

Together, with your help and input, we’ve voted for record funding for our public schools, reduced auto insurance costs to keep more money in your family budget, supported survivors of human trafficking in our communities, and continue to support our veterans.

Yet, with everything we’ve accomplished these past two years, there’s still so much more to do, especially now as we work together to recover from both COVID-19 and devastating flood damage. 

My story’s simple: I earned a college degree in Public Administration, have owned and operated multiple businesses over the last three decades, worked in legislative and Congressional offices, and have been a volunteer and worked with community leaders throughout my adult life, which has taught me how to get results for families in Bay and Midland counties.

Over that time and my time in office, I have a proven track record of conservative leadership in standing up for limited government, lower taxes, individual freedom, and the strong community values that make our home and quality of life here in mid-Michigan such a special blessing.

I’m honored to chair the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Military & Veterans Affairs and State Police, responsible for setting the state budget for veterans services, our National Guard, and the Michigan State Police.

I’m the daughter of a World War II veteran and wife of an Army National Guard veteran who enlisted during the Gulf War build-up, whose own father was a World War II U.S. Marine who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor. Our only daughter is married to a wonderful young man who served seven years in the U.S. Army infantry, including a tour in Iraq. I have a passion for ensuring the debt owed to those who’ve served our country in uniform is honored, and I will faithfully fulfill my leadership role to make that happen.

I currently serve on five other Appropriations subcommittees, including serving as Vice Chair of both the Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee and the Department of Natural Resources and Department of Environmental Quality subcommittee.

I also serve as a member of the Health and Human Services subcommittee and the School Aid & Department of Education subcommittee.

As a wife, mother, grandmother, community volunteer, friend, and neighbor, I understand the needs of families in Bay and Midland counties.

I’ve been blessed with a wonderful family and the opportunity the last 22 years to live, work, and raise five children in this wonderful area we all call home. And now, we have eight grandchildren, seven of whom are growing up here in Michigan as well.

I pledge to continue working for you and with you each and every day to represent the best interests of all the people of our district and of our great state of Michigan. 

I ask for your prayers and thank you for your continued support!

Representative Annette Glenn

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