LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Roger Victory was formally sworn in as senator for the new 31st District on Wednesday during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement administered the oath of office.
Victory was joined on the Senate floor by Pastor Mark Bouslog, Diane Alfen, Joanne Victory, Betty Victory and Colleen Kautenberg.
“I’m honored to take the oath of office as senator for a new district as we begin a new legislative term — now serving the good people of Ottawa and Allegan counties,” said Victory, R-Hudsonville. “This new term will present us with different challenges, but also new opportunities to help better the lives of the Michigan families, students, and job providers that we are blessed to serve.”
Victory said there have been some changes with his office as a result of the new district and new Legislature.
Victory’s office is now in Room 6400 of the Connie B. Binsfeld Office Building, at 201 Townsend St., across the street from the Michigan Capitol. His office toll-free phone number also changed. It is now 855-347-8031.
Residents can still contact Victory’s office by email at [email protected] or via U.S. Mail at Sen. Roger Victory, P. O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909-7536. More information is available at www.SenatorRogerVictory.com.
“My staff and I are here to serve the people, and I encourage folks to contact my office if they have any comments about legislation or need assistance with any state matter,” Victory said.
The 31st Senate District includes parts of Allegan and Ottawa counties.
Editor’s note: The above photograph of Victory is available by clicking on the image or by visiting SenatorRogerVictory.com/photos.
Photo caption: Sen. Roger Victory, R-Hudsonville, is formally sworn in as senator for the new 31st District during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement administered the oath of office. Victory was joined on the Senate floor for the ceremony by Pastor Mark Bouslog, Diane Alfen, Joanne Victory, Betty Victory, and Colleen Kautenberg.