Making Democracy Work

They Represent You

A listing of local, county, state, and national officials

These helpful brochures list contact information for the officials who represent you at all levels of government. Select your community to get a complete list of these officials. If you have trouble viewing these brochures, click here for help.

They Represent You brochures are being updated for 2019. Updated guides are marked with *. If this sounds like a project YOU would like to help with, become a League member today!

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Cities Villages Townships
  Auburn Hills*
  Berkley
  Birmingham
  Bloomfield Hills
  Clarkston*
  Clawson
  Farmington*
  Farmington Hills*
  Ferndale
  Hazel Park
  Huntington Woods
  Keego Harbor*
  Lake Angelus*
  Lathrup Village
  Madison Heights
  Northville*
  Novi*
  Oak Park
  Orchard Lake Village
  Pleasant Ridge
  Pontiac*
  Rochester*
  Rochester Hills*
  Royal Oak
  Southfield
  South Lyon*
  Sylvan Lake*
  Walled Lake*
  Wixom*
                                          
  Beverly Hills
  Bingham Farms
  Franklin
  Holly
  Lake Orion*
  Leonard
  Milford*
  Ortonville
  Oxford
  Wolverine Lake*  
                                   
 Addison
 Bloomfield
 Brandon
 Commerce*
 Groveland
 Highland*
 Holly
 Independence*
 Lyon*
 Milford*
 Novi*
 Oakland*
 Orion*
 Royal Oak
 Waterford*
 West Bloomfield*
 White Lake*
(*) indicates updated TRY

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