MIRS Biographical Profiles
- View Printable Version
LaFontaine, Andrea (R)State Representative District 32
Rep. LaFontaine was first elected to the House in 2010, when she defeated then-Rep. Jennifer Haase, 51 to 45 percent. LaFontaine won the Republican primary that year by 64 votes over David Novak.
LaFontaine has served as a legislative assistant and has worked for nearly a decade at a local business in downtown Richmond.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. LaFontaine, click here.
LaFontaine graduated from Richmond High School and then attended Central Michigan University where she earned a bachelor's degree with concentrations in political science, legal studies and leadership studies. LaFontaine is scheduled to complete her master's degree in public administration in August of 2011.
LaFontaine was raised in New Baltimore and Richmond, where she continues to live. She enjoys spending time with family and friends.
She is also a member of the NRA and MCRGO.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Eric Ventimiglia
Cell Phone: 586-216-4940
13 Out-Going House Members Record Perfect 6 Year Voting Record (12-16-2016)
New Energy Compromise Floated In House (12-15-2016)
Land-Cap Bills See Prospect Of Lame Duck Passage Dim (12-08-2016)
Prospect Of Permitless, Small-Scale Mining Lambasted In Committee (12-06-2016)
Land Management Cap Bill Takes Back Seat To Gold Panning In House Panel (11-21-2016)
House Candidates Not Looking To Return Trash Hauler Cash (11-01-2016)
Hornberger Sees Public Schools As Teacher, Board Member, Parent (10-14-2016)
Newly Signed Death Benefits Law Includes Fallen Detroit Sgt. (09-27-2016)
Bits And Tidbits (07-18-2016)
Tea Party Has A Good Night With Wins In These 16 House Seats (07-12-2016)
Jewell Jones Picked By Dems To Replace Plawecki On Ballot (07-07-2016)
House Republicans Pass Apparent Final Deal On DPS (06-02-2016)
Duggan Has Spoken With 86% Of House On DPS (05-19-2016)
Snyder OKs $28M In Natural Resources Trust Fund Grants, 15 Other Bills (04-05-2016)
Bill Allowing Police To Test Drivers' Saliva For THC Gets Hearing (02-09-2016)
FOIA Exemption For Infrastructure Bill Faces Uncertain Future (01-26-2016)
Snyder Signs Bills Repealing Outdated Criminal Acts (12-15-2015)
Savings Accounts Allowed For Disabled Individuals Under New Law (10-29-2015)
More Than A Little Issue Made Over Microbead Ban (10-06-2015)
Bits And Tidbits (09-29-2015)
McBroom's First Gamrat-Courser Committee To Meet 9 a.m. Tuesday (08-31-2015)
Schuette Introduced As Chair Of Bush's Michigan Effort (08-19-2015)
Brandenburg: I Won't Endorse Candidates Who Hike Taxes For Roads (06-26-2015)
Statewide HeadlinesBetsy DeVos helps open MSU research building amid protests
Civil Service Commission approves new state employee rules, angering unions
Gov. Rick Snyder signs controversial campaign finance bills
Here's how Flint went from boom town to nation's highest poverty rate
Snyder signs bills allowing candidates to raise unlimited funds through super PACS