Andrew Beeler secured the seat for Michigan State Representative of the 83rd District in Tuesday’s election, and he has been selected by Republican legislators to serve as the House Republican caucus deputy chair for the 2021-22 legislative term.
The deputy caucus chair helps develop the majority caucus agenda, presides over meetings with the full Republican membership, and assists with developing policies.
“It’s an honor to not only step in and serve as your state representative, but also to be selected as the caucus deputy chair,” Beeler said. “I’m looking forward to working with the caucus to accomplish great things for our families throughout Michigan. While the Republican caucus has come a long way since the 2018-20 term, there’s always room for improvement, new ideas, and reforms. I’m very glad to be here and to know I get to be part of this process.”
Beeler will take office in January, taking over for the current State Representative, Shane Hernandez, who has served the 83rd District for the past 4 years.
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand