Had the opportunity before today’s votes to answer calls in my Washington, D.C., office from constituents in the Upper Peninsula. It truly is an honor to serve the constituents of Michigan’s First District and engage in conversation on the issues that matter most to you. If you have a legislative question or need help with a federal agency, visit: bergman.house.gov/contact/
It’s hard to believe a year has gone by since I joined then Governor, now Vice President Mike Pence, on stage in Traverse City in the final days of the campaign. You sent a Marine to Washington, D.C., with a specific mission, and I am fighting for you. Bureaucrats, political insiders, and biased media are all working to obstruct the work you sent us to do, but I will not be deterred. To join me in the fight visit www.bergmanforcongress.com and sign up today!
From the very start, my candidacy for State Representative has been focused on going to Lansing to build consensus between parties and people and finding solutions for the people of our district. During my 18 years on the Marquette School Board, I've been able to consistently reach consensus across wide-ranging opinions and find solutions that benefit everyone. As your next Representative, I will take this same approach to Lansing and address the issues of our district and the U.P., and I will always put the U.P. first. Today I ask for your vote--so that I can roll up my sleeves and get to work for the U.P. Thank you.
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Had an amazing day visiting with some constituents at Drifter's Restaurant in Escanaba, eating great pizza at Emerald Pizza & Wings in Manistique, and speaking at the Gift of Life Michigan Rose Ceremony at Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital. Thanks for having me!
What does it mean to be a patriot? The word itself invokes images of brave U.S. Service Members proudly fighting for the American way in Iwo Jima, Vietnam, Fallujah. And yes, their sacrifice is without a doubt the foundation for which we have built this great Republic, but service is not a litmus test for patriotism. No, it’s so much more than that. It’s a commitment to a principle, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. It is a fierce loyalty to this principle that has lighted, and keeps glowing, the fire of American patriotism. That no matter our disagreements, however vast they may be, we are all free men with the power to pursue happiness. So, take a few minutes while enjoying your 4th of July holiday and reflect on what it means to be an American. True "reflection" is a part of this country's greatness. Please be a participant.
Stopped by the American Red Cross blood drive on Capitol Hill to honor my friend Congressman Steve Scalise and help save some lives!
Proud to join a bipartisan group of my colleagues in recommitting to civility in light of last week's shooting at Republican practice for the Congressional Charity Baseball Game. We may have differences of opinion, and healthy debate is vital to a healthy Republic, but we have a responsibility to respect and be civil to each other. We're setting that example for ourselves and each other by--again--signing the #CommitmentToCivility that Rep. Mike Johnson authored and the freshman class signed back in January.