LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Steve Bieda (D–Warren) today announced the addition of Rep. Adam Zemke (D–Ann Arbor) to the Michigan Legislative Automotive Caucus as Co-Chair. Rep. Zemke joins Sen. Bieda, Sen. Mike Kowall (R–White Lake) and Rep. Michael McCready (R–Bloomfield Hills) as co-chair members of the caucus.

“Rep. Zemke will be an excellent addition to this caucus,” Sen. Bieda said. “His background and experience in engineering will add a valuable perspective to the work we do.”

Prior to being elected to serve in the legislature, Rep. Zemke worked as an engineer in the aerospace, defense and automotive fields. He received both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the College of Engineering at Michigan State University.

A fifth-generation Washtenaw County resident, Rep. Zemke is serving his third term representing Michigan’s 55th House District, which includes the northern part of the city of Ann Arbor, a portion of the city of Milan, and the townships of Ann Arbor, Augusta, Pittsfield and York.

Established in 2014, Michigan’s Automotive Caucus focuses on highlighting the impact that the auto industry has in shaping our state, its history and culture.