Meet Representative John Reilly

Representative John Reilly was first elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2016 and represents residents of northern Oakland County including Oxford, Orion, Oakland, Addison, and Brandon townships.

Serving in his second term, Representative John Reilly is one of the few members of the State House to post explanations for each of the votes he casts on every bill.

As Vice Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Representative Reilly has been a leading voice for accountability in state government. He also serves on the committees on Education, Commerce & Tourism, and Natural Resource & Outdoor Recreation.


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    MIRS News acknowledges Rep. Reilly's most conservative voting record

    MIRS News, a daily publication focused on the actions of Michigan state government, has named Representative John Reilly (R-Oakland) as among the most conservative members of the House Republican caucus. Out of 63 House Republicans and 47 Democrats, MIRS ranked Representative Reilly as having the third most conservative voting record of his colleagues, citing his vote on 50 pieces of legislation.   Rep. Reilly voted against all tax and fee increases, all new occupational licensing restrictions, and all corporate welfare deals, while voting for cutting the state income tax and eliminating various outdated restrictions on businesses.
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