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Goike, Ken (R)State Representative District 33
Rep. Ken Goike was elected in November 2010. He won the Republican primary in August of that year by spending less than $1,000. He edged out Gina Bucci by 253 votes and Pete Vitale by 454 votes. He defeated Democrat Andrew Prasiloski with 66 percent of the vote in the general. In 2014, he won his final term with the same 66 percent of the vote.
Rep. Goike is the owner of Goike Trucking and Excavating. He also has experience working in agriculture, septic and water delivery. Goike has served as the current president of the Armada Fair, and is a member of the Michigan Farm Bureau, the Michigan Builders Association and the Septic Association.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Goike, click here.
Rep. Goike is a lifelong resident of Macomb County. He lives in Ray Township and is a member of St. Peter's Catholic. He has three children, two step-children and eight grandchildren.
He is active in many civic organizations, including the Berville Lions, Masons, Macomb 4-H and B&Bs Gun Club.
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