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Jacobsen, Bradford (R)State Representative District 46
Rep. Brad Jacobsen was elected in November 2010 to his first term in the Michigan House to represent residents of northern Oakland County. In his first Republican primary, Jacobsen received 52.5 percent of the vote in a three-person field. In his 2014 race, he won with 69 percent of the vote.
Jacobsen is vice president of Jacobsen's Flowers. The family-run company, founded by his great grandfather in 1920, currently has three locations. He has also served as an Oakland County Commissioner, Oxford Township trustee, past chair of the Lake Orion Downtown Development Authority, and was a member of the Oxford Emergency Safety Authority.
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Jacobsen received his bachelor's degree in social economic policy from James Madison College at Michigan State University.
Jacobsen was raised in Oxford, where he still lives. He and his wife, Teri, have three children, and they attend the Oxford United Methodist Church. Jacobsen is also an active member of the Oxford Rotary and the local Elks and Eagles clubs.
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