Moss Named Democratic House Assistant Floor Leader

BY BTL STAFF

LANSING - Newly elected House Rep. Jeremy Moss of the 35th District, representing Southfield, Lathrup Village, Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms and Franklin, has been named the assistant Democratic floor leader of the Michigan House.

Current Democratic Floor Leader, Sam Singh (D- East Lansing), announced Jan. 8 that Moss, an incoming freshman legislator, is to assist Singh in the leadership position.

Moss will aid Singh in the Democratic legislative program on the House floor, expedite House floor proceedings and aid in directing minority caucus meetings.

"I'm honored to join the House Democratic leadership team," Moss said in a press release. "I look forward to working closely with Democratic Floor Leader Sam Singh to ensure the values of Michigan's middle class are protected each day on the House Floor."

Before becoming elected to represent Michigan's 35th House District, Moss was the youngest person to ever serve on the Southfield City Council and worked in public policy at the state and local levels.

Moss has surrounded himself with intelligent and talented staff to assist him and the citizens of the 35th District. Jason Hoskins, district director, is a recent graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law and worked in the legislature for former State Rep. Rudy Hobbs. Also joining his team is Jennie Gies, legislative director, who has developed public policy in the legislature for over nine years.

"I have the utmost confidence in my team to bring a high level of service to the residents of Michigan's 35th District. Jason and Jennie are critical components toward operating an efficient and effective office," Moss said.


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