McBroom sworn in as senator
LANSING — State Sen. Ed McBroom was formally sworn in as senator of the 38th District on Wednesday during a ceremony at the state Capitol. Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Stephen J. Markman administered the oath of office.
McBroom was joined in the Senate chamber by his wife Sarah; children Helen, Eddie, Etta, Kenny Jack, and Edee; sister-in-law, Susan McBroom, and her children, Melody, Carl, Britta, Royal, Odell, Orianna, Magnus, and Selah; brother Frank and his wife Chrissy; brother-in-law Andy Larsen, his wife Beth, and their son Christian; friends Kern Slucter and Sam and Annette Johnson; and Upper Peninsula Judges Christopher Ninomiya and Perry Lund.
“I am honored to serve the Upper Peninsula in the state Senate, and am humbled by the trust U.P. residents have placed in me to represent them at the Capitol,” said McBroom, R-Vulcan. “I am excited to get to work and to seize the opportunities and tackle the challenges that lay ahead as we strive to improve the lives of U.P. families. I look forward to what we will accomplish together over the next four years.”
McBroom’s office is in the Senate’s Binsfeld Office Building, Suite 7200, located at 201 Townsend St. in Lansing. Residents may contact the senator by phone toll-free at 866-305-2038, via email at SenEMcBroom@senate.michigan.gov, and by U.S. mail at Sen. Ed McBroom, P.O. Box 30036, Lansing, MI 48909.
More information about the senator will be available at his forthcoming website at www.SenatorEdMcBroom.com.
The 38th Senate District includes most of the Upper Peninsula.