From THE VOICE
Jeff Yaroch, R-Richmond, has filed to run for reelection for state representative for the 33rd House District.
Having left the firehouse three years ago to enter the State House, Yaroch hopes to continue serving the residents of the 33rd District with a focus on fiscal responsibility, government accountability and responsiveness to the people he serves.
“It has been a privilege serving the residents of the 33rd District,” Yaroch said in a news release. “Over the past three years, I have supported increased investment in our roads without raising taxes, worked to address clean water issues including PFAS contamination and promoted more career tech training in schools. In addition, I voted for historic car insurance reform, with rate reductions set to go into effect in July.”-
“It is also an honor to have received the endorsement of Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller,” Yaroch added. “I share her passion for protecting our Great Lakes and look forward to continuing to work with her on the issues affecting the residents of Macomb County.”
“I am proud to endorse state Rep. Jeff Yaroch for reelection,” Commissioner Candice Miller said. “Rep. Yaroch has been a strong advocate for the residents of Macomb County, and I look forward to continuing to work with Jeff on the issues we all care about.”
Yaroch will appear on the Republican side of the primary ballot in the Aug. 4 election.
If reelected, this will be Yaroch’s final term in the Michigan House of Representatives due to term limits.
The 33rd State House District includes the townships of Armada, Lenox, Ray and Richmond, the villages of Armada and New Haven, the Macomb County portion of the cities of Richmond and Memphis, and most of Macomb Township.
— MediaNews Group staff