State Senator Rebekah Warren represents the 18th District, which is made up of the majority of Washtenaw County. She was recently elected to her first term in the Michigan Senate, and acts as Minority Vice-Chair of both the Health Policy Committee and the Natural Resources, Environment and Great Lakes Committee. She also serves a member of the Finance Committee, the Regulatory Reform Committee, and the Reforms, Restructuring, and Reinventing Committee.
Prior to her work as a Senator, Rebekah was privileged to serve the citizens of Ann Arbor as State Representative for the 53rd House District for four years. During her first term in the House, she received statewide acclaim for her ability to reach across the aisle and negotiate the bipartisan passage of landmark water protection legislation that effectively banned the diversion of Great Lakes water from outside the basin.
This term Rebekah’s legislative priorities include continuing to preserve our precious natural resources, expanding access to health care coverage, investing in education, strengthening our economy, and defending our civil rights and liberties.