Mike J. Rogers (born June 2, 1963), American politician from the state of Michigan, representing the state's 8th Congressional district (map).
Rogers was born in Livingston County, Michigan. He graduated from Adrian College, Adrian, Michigan in 1985 and served in the United States Army from 1985-1989. He worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1989-1994. He was a member of the Michigan State Senate, 1995-2000, serving as majority floor leader, 1999-2000.
He was elected as a Republican from the 8th District of Michigan to the United States House of Representatives in one of the nation's closest congressional races of 2000. He edged out Democratic State Senator Dianne Byrum by 115 votes to win the seat left open by Debbie Stabenow. Stabenow was elected to the United States Senate.
Respect for America's Fallen Heroes Act, H.R. bill 5037 sponsored by Mr. Rogers is signed into law by President George W. Bush on May 29th, 2006.