Coffee Hours with Representative Cogen Lipton

State Representative Ellen Cogen Lipton
27th House District
Sept. 5, 2012

Coffee Hours with Rep. Ellen Cogen Lipton!
Please join me for conversation during my coffee hours with special guest Senator Vincent Gregory on Thursday, Sept. 13 at the Ferndale Public Library located at 222 E. Nine Mile Road in Ferndale from 6-7 p.m.

Thursday, September 13, 2012 - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Berkley Democratic Club Meeting!

Join the Berkley Dems for our first fall meeting Wednesday, September 19th at 7:00pm in the media center of Anderson Middle School. This meeting is open to all who wish to learn, question, and talk together about the Democratic issues at hand in our community, state and country. We hope to see you there!

Wednesday, September 19, 2012 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Joe Biden in Detroit Labor Day!

Mark Brewer
August 31, 2012

This Monday, Vice President Joe Biden will be in Detroit for the nation’s biggest Labor Day celebration – and you are invited.

Monday, September 3, 2012 - 9:30am

Can Mitt Romney Be Trusted?

Bill Dedman - Investigative Reporter NBC News
December 11, 2012

Obviously, this is not a new question. The article by Bill Dedman brings forth a little know controversy surrounding Mitt Romney that should be brought to the forefront of voter awareness.

Romney's missing hard drives raise questions over government records!

Senator Gregory Presents Ferndale High School Graduate Natalie Berger with $1,000 Scholarship Award

Senator Vincent Gregory
July 24, 2012

Local student awarded $1,000 for college for winning Third Place in #mi2020 Scholarship Competition

FERNDALE–Last night, Senator Vincent Gregory (D–Southfield) presented Ferndale High School graduate Natalie Berger with a $1,000 scholarship award at the Ferndale Board of Education meeting. Natalie received the award for her Third Place finish in the #mi2020 Scholarship Competition.

“Natalie’s video was very moving and it embodied the joy and excitement of youth, as well as the concerns for the future, and I am very proud of her,” said Senator Gregory. “Natalie is a prime example of the promise and creativity Michigan’s young people hold and I know that she has a bright future in film or anything else she puts her mind to. I am pleased that we could help her pay for college next year, but more importantly, I hope her video will help inspire the Legislature to take action and pass the Michigan 2020 Plan to make higher education affordable for all Michigan students.”

Link to Voter Guides

Heads up Democrats!

There is an election this August and many of us are wondering "What's it all about?" Below is a link to the Voter Guides published by the non-partisan group The League of Women Voters. They provide quite a bit of information about the candidates in many races and districts.

Legislative Update

State Representative Ellen Cogen Lipton
July 6, 2012

Greetings friends and neighbors,

Welcome to the latest issue of my e-news, where I aim to update you on happenings in Lansing and in our community. During this in-district work period, I will continue to attend local events and speak with constituents at coffee hours. I hope everyone had a very happy Fourth of July holiday this week. It’s a wonderful opportunity to spend some time together with friends and family, but also to remember how fortunate we are to have the freedoms we enjoy as a country. Enjoy, and stay safe!

In This Issue:

Legislative Update: Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, Kindergarten Entry Age, Voter Suppression Legislation and Robocall Regulation Bill

Health Insurance Rebates Show How Bad Insurance and State Regulators Can Be

Business Insider
Angry Bear Blog
July 2, 2012