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Goschka, Mike (R)State Senator District 32
Elected to the Senate in 2002, Goschka also served in the House from 1993 to 1998. He has served on various campaigns including Reagan for President in 1984 and Bush for President in 1998.
Goschka was a Dow Corning Corporation emploee from 1984 to 1992.
Goschka received his B.A. from Cornerstone College.
Born October 21, 1953, Goschka is married to Maryann and he has three chilldren: Kristine, Andrew, and David. He is a member of the Calvary Baptist Church of Midland.
Goschka is a member of the Deputy Sheriff's Association of Michigan, the Farm Bureau of Michigan, the Michigan Republican State Committee, the NRA, the Police Officers Association of Saginaw, Saginaw County Right to Life, the Sons of America Legionnaires.
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