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Horn sworn in as 32nd District state senator

LANSING—State Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth, participated in a swearing-in ceremony Wednesday at the state Capitol with Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. administering the oath of office.

Horn was joined on the Senate floor by his wife, Veronica, daughter, Andrea, son, Kevin, daughter-in-law, Ruth and grandson, Liam.

“It was a wonderful honor to be surrounded by my family today as I was sworn into office with a special piece of family history, the Bible that was gifted to my wife and me on our wedding day in 1983,” said Horn.  “I’m grateful that the voters of the 32nd Senate District granted me the trust of representing them in Lansing.”

The above photographs of Horn being sworn in are available by clicking on the image or by visiting the Republican Caucus photowire at:


LEFT PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth, is joined by his wife, Veronica, as he is sworn in for his first term as senator for the 32nd District.

RIGHT PHOTO DESCRIPTION: Chief Justice Robert P. Young, Jr. (left) stands with Horn (right) and family after Horn was sworn in as senator for the 32nd District.