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Pavlov, Phil (R)State Senator District 25
Senator Pavlov is a former three-term member of the Michigan House representing the 81st District. In the House Pavlov was Minority Vice Chair of the Education Committee. In the 2010 August Primary, Pavolv defeated former Rep. Lauren Hager along with another Republican candidate to advance to the general election.
For 14 years, Senator Pavlov owned and operated Dexter Equipment Company, specializing in medium to heavy duty truck sales and heavy equipment repair.
Sen. Pavlov graduated from St. Clair High School and later attended St. Clair Community College, where he studied business administration.
Senator Pavlov currently lives in St. Clair Township. Sen. Pavlov was born May 26, 1963.
Sen. Pavlov is a member of St. Marys Catholic Church, the National Rifle Association, Blue Water Sportsmen's Association and Knights of Columbus.
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