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Rogers, Bill (R)State Representative District 42
Rep. Rogers was first elected to the Michigan House in 2008. Rogers was a former chair of the Livingston County Commission.
After graduating from Michigan State University, Rogers started in the banking industry, climbing through the ranks at First Federal Savings & Loan before becoming an assistant vice president. Rogers was pulled away from this job by a local builder, who happened to own an electronics company. Rogers became a distributor for the company, Applied Power. He also sold title insurance before starting a family business selling modular homes.
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