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Forlini, Anthony (R)State Representative District 24
Rep. Forlini served two terms as the Harrison Twp. Supervisor. He won election to the House in 2010 by winning in a competitive race against then-Rep. Sarah Roberts, 50 to 47 percent. He won re-election in 2014, 59 to 39 percent, against Democrat Philip Kurczewski in a race that was not targeted.
He is a Certified Financial Planner and has been a local business owner for nearly 30 years. He is currently president of Design Financial, a financial services firm.
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He attended Western Michigan University where he earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration in 1984.
Forlini was raised in St. Clair Shores. He and his wife have been married for 25 years, and have three children in college.
He is a member of the St. Hubert's Knights of Columbus. He also belongs to the Macomb Chamber of Commerce and the Italian American Cultural Center. He serves as Charter President of the Southeast Michigan Chapter of Western Michigan Alumni Association, and as a board member of the St. John North Shores Hospital Foundation.
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