LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Jonathan Lindsey was sworn in to his first term as a state senator for the 17th District during a ceremony at the Capitol on Wednesday. The oath of office was administered by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement.
“It’s an honor to stand here in front of my wife and my family and take this oath to uphold my duties to the people of the 17th District,” said Lindsey, R-Allen. “I look forward to getting to work and advancing conservative values and solutions for the people of Southwest Michigan.”
Lindsey was joined on the Senate floor by his wife, Allison, children William and Violet, and his parents, John and Julia.
Michigan’s 17th Senate District includes Cass, St. Joseph and Branch counties and parts of Berrien, Calhoun, Jackson and Hillsdale counties.
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Photo caption: State Sen. Jonathan Lindsey, R-Allen, was formally sworn into the Michigan Senate during a ceremony at the state Capitol on Wednesday morning. He was joined by his wife, Allison, along with their children William and Violet, and his parents, John and Julia, as Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Elizabeth T. Clement administered the oath of office.