State Representative, District 51
(517) 373-2616 (517) 373-1780 Mattandmeshawn@Comcast.Net MattMaddock@house.mi.gov mattmaddock.com ballotpedia.org/Matt_Maddock en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Maddock gophouse.org/member/repmattmaddock/posts gophouse.org/representatives/southeast/maddock 1150 S Milford Rd, Milford MI 48381 Post Office, Lansing MI 48909-7514 N-893 House, Lansing MI 48933
Matthew Maddock (born December 1965) is an American far-right politician in the Republican Party serving as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives. His district, the 51st, represents areas covering part of Oakland County. In his first term, Maddock was appointed to be the Chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, as well as Chairman of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules. A Republican, Maddock was first elected in 2018. Prior to being elected to the 110-member Michigan House of Representatives, he was a businessman in Oakland County.Maddock was expelled from the Republican caucus by Speaker Jason Wentworth in April 2022 for allegedly violating confidentiality rules. Maddock claimed his expulsion was retaliation for his support of Kristina Karamo and Matt DePerno in the Republican primaries. In the next term starting in January 2023, Maddock was re-admitted to the Republican caucus.
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