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Congressman Mike Bishop

Representing the 8th District of Michigan

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2017 Presidential Inauguration

Each congressional office receives a limited number of tickets for the Presidential Inauguration Swearing-In Ceremony.
 

Due to high demand, our office quota for ticket allotment has been filled. However, you may add your name to our waiting list. Proof of 8th District residency will be required. You may look up your representative at http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/. Up to three tickets will be available per request, and they are not guaranteed. We are unable to provide tickets to any other inaugural activity.
 

Tickets may not be sold or given away. As such, they must be picked up in person by the constituent who made the initial request. Photo ID must be provided at the time the tickets are picked up. Waiting list requests will be accepted through 5:00 p.m. EST December 14, 2016. Individuals who are notified that they have received tickets through this office are asked to pick them up at our office in Washington, D.C. - Cannon House Office Building, Room 428 - on Thursday, January 19, 2017 from 9 AM to 5 PM.
 

Parade:
Schools or other organizations (i.e. bands, marching and mounted units, floats) wishing to apply to participate in the Inaugural Parade may now apply online. The Joint Task Force National Capital Region (JTF-NCR) is coordinating parade participation is accepting applications at https://2017inauguralparadeapplication.mdw.army.mil/
 

Balls, Galas and Parties:
The President-elect’s Presidential Inaugural Committee (PIC) is solely responsible for all balls, galas, receptions, and parties. Ticket requests for these events should be directed to the PIC. Contact information can be found here.
 

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