Peter MacGregor was elected to the Michigan Senate in November 2014 and assumed office in January 2015. He is a member of the Banking and Financial Services and Commerce committees, and is the vice chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee. He serves as the Chairman of the Human Services Appropriations subcommittee. Senator MacGregor also serves on the Higher Education, Environmental Quality, and Capital Outlay appropriation subcommittees.
Prior to joining the Senate, Peter served four years in the Michigan House of Representatives, representing the 73rd district. Peter also served as a Cannon Township Planning Commissioner, Township Trustee and Township Supervisor.
In addition to his official public service, Senator MacGregor is also an active member of his community. He has been a volunteer youth coach for various sports. He is a member of the Rockford Lions – serving as the club’s President from 2007-2008. Peter is also one of the founding chairmen of “Volley for Mitchell” – a charity volleyball tournament to raise funds for Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy – raising over $100,000 for the cause, to date.
Peter MacGregor is a former small business owner and lifelong Michigan resident. He graduated from Michigan State University, Eli Broad College of Business. He married his college sweetheart, Christine, 23 years ago. Together they have three children, Patrick, John and Matthew. The older two currently attend college and the youngest is in high school. The MacGregor family attends Blythefield Hills Baptist Church in Rockford, Michigan.