Currently pursuing a Master's in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University and a graduate of Michigan State University with a B.A. in Economics, a B.A. in Public Policy and Public Administration, and a B.A. in Political Theory and Constitutional Democracy from James Madison College (...)
As a three-term Member of the House, Steve quickly established himself as a dedicated and hardworking legislator. He served on several committees, including the Appropriations Committee, and chaired the Commerce & Tourism Committee for two terms. Steve actively championed pro-growth policies that aimed to stimulate economic development and attract new businesses to the state while addressing crippling inflation and navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Throughout his legislative career, Steve consistently worked across party lines to find common ground and achieve bipartisan solutions. This pragmatic approach and willingness to collaborate garnered respect from both colleagues and constituents. His commitment to transparency and accessibility further solidified his reputation as a dedicated public servant.