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Brandenburg, Jack (R)

State Senator District 8
Office: 7500 Binsfeld Building
Term: Final
Phone: (517) 373-7670
Email: senjbrandenburg@senate.michigan.gov
Home Address: 37596 Huron Pointe Drive, Harrison Township, MI 48045
Website: http://www.senatorjackbrandenburg.com/
Seat Number: 29
Standing Committees: Finance(C), Insurance(VC), Economic Development and International Investment, Elections and Government Reform, Local Government
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

CB - Capitol Building,  FB - Farnum Building,  HOB - House Office Building 


POLITICAL CAREER

Senator Brandenburg is a former three-term member of the Michigan House. He served as a member of the House Appropriations Committee for all three terms. During the 2010 August Primary in the 11th Senate District, Brandenburg beat out former House members Leon Drolet and Kim Meltzer for the right to advance to the general election.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Sen Brandenberg is a former State Representative, owner of Blue Water Industrial Supply Inc.

EDUCATION

Senator Brandenberg has a B.S. from Ashland University.

PERSONAL

Senator Brandenberg and his wife Karen have been married since 1978, and have four children; Bryan, Rhett, John and Paige. Jack and Karen raised their children in Harrison Township where the entire family has been active in the community.

LEAD STAFF PERSON:

Joe Martin
jmartin@senate.michigan.gov

Additional Information


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Plans To Scrap Or Cut Income Tax Haven't Stopped (10-18-2017)

Colbeck Offers Governor Restraints If Legislature Goes Part-Time (09-22-2017)

CRC 'Not Sure Government Can Function' Without Income Tax Revenue (08-08-2017)

Brandenburg: Yes On Veto Override (08-04-2017)

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Term-Limited Senators Say Calley's Part-Time Legislature 'Bad Idea' (05-31-2017)

Casino's Free Internet Games Allowed Under New Law (05-23-2017)

Brandenburg Calls Trump Prove A 'Witch Hunt' (05-19-2017)

Bits And Tidbits (04-27-2017)

Lucido Announcing Run For State Senate (04-12-2017)

Press Releases

New Data: Michigan Unions Added 52,000 Members in 2017Reps. Kildee, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Strengthen Labor Rights for Public Safety OfficersHuizenga: We Must Continue to Promote a Culture that Values and Respects LifeIAM urges governor to push auto no-fault reform in final State of the State addressHouse Judiciary chair urges oversight of universities’ legal expenditures

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