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Haines, Gail (R)State Representative District 43
Rep. Haines was first elected to the House in 2008. A former Lake Angelus City Council member, Haines has also served the 43rd District as community liaison for former state Rep. Fran Amos. She has also served on numerous political committees, including as executive committee member for the Oakland County Republican Party, a precinct delegate and North Oakland Republican Club member. She is also a graduate of the Michigan Political Leadership Program.
Haines is a 12-year public school teacher, serving also as a middle- and high school coach. She has also worked as a computer educator for a medical center. Haines is a former city council member and has participated in numerous volunteer organizations.
Haines received her bachelor of science in education from State University of New York, and her master's degree in education from Nazareth College.
She has been married to her husband for 26 years and they have one son. Born 12/19/51.
he is a member of the Waterford Chamber of Commerce, lifetime member of the Waterford Township Historical Society, Waterford Senior Center, Christmas in Action and numerous community groups.
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