“No Michigander should be worried about running out of critical medications during the COVID-19 pandemic, which is why I signed this Executive Order authorizing pharmacists to refill up to 60 days of medication for their patients and easing restrictions on pharmacists so they can continue to help their patients during this crisis,” said Governor Whitmer. “Residents who are limiting their time in public places and practicing social distancing shouldn’t have to fear running low on their prescription drugs during these trying times.”
Meet Rep. Brenda Carter
- State Representative, District 29
- Pontiac School Board Member, 8 years
- Local, State, & National School Board Associations
- Pontiac and Oakland County Democrat Member
- Worships at New Mount Moriah Int. Church
- Married to Randy Carter, 6 children, 7 grandchildren
- Fixing roads and infrastructure
- Increasing pubic school funding and opportunities
- State government transparency
- Increased and fair minimum wages
- Fair labor and wage practices for trade workers
- Environmental safety and impact
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- Walk door-to-door
- Host a meet and greet
- Fill out friend-to-friend cards
- Make phone calls and write emails,
- Post and share on social media
Thank you for visiting my website. As a first term legislator, I am honored and humbled to be serving the citizens of Auburn Hills, Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake Village, Pontiac, and Sylvan Lake.
After serving on several local boards, including being a School Board Member for the Pontiac School District, and being very involved in the community, I decided to run for State Representative in 2018. My husband and I have 5 children and 7 grandchildren and I truly believe that I could go to Lansing and make a positive difference not only for my own family, but all the families int he 29th District.
For those that have followed me as a public servant, including serving as State Representative, they see that I'm tirelessly working with everyone, regardless of political party, to get things done in Lansing. I spend Friday through Monday (no weekends off) in the district meeting as many constituents and fielding as many questions and concerns that I can.
This website was designed to share some basic information about me, be an informative portal for some of the important issues I'm focused on, and provide a way to contact me and perhaps volunteer for my campaign.
Please contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns.
Brenda J. Carter
State Representative, District 29
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