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Booher, Darwin (R)State Senator District 35
Senator Booher served three terms in the Michigan House.
Sen. Booher has been a Banker, Township Supervisor, and a Lawmaker.
Sen. Booher is a graduate of Evart High School, the University of Madison, Bank School and Michigan Assessor's School.
Sen. Booher and his wife Jan have been married for forty-five years. They raised four children and now enjoy spending time with their six grandchildren. They have also hosted ten exchange students from all over the world. Booher is an avid outdoorsman and a member of the National Rifle Association. He is a past-president of the Evart Jaycees and a life member of the Evart Historical Society and Evart Chamber of Commerce.
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Booher Gets Half Of The 43 Extra Projects He Wanted (06-22-2017)
Bits And Tidbits (06-16-2017)
Expanded DNR Trust Fund Projects Move Without Permanent Reform (06-07-2017)
Community Colleges Get 1% More From State, 2.5% Overall (06-06-2017)
Lansing Chamber Pushes Visitors' Center As Capitol Decision Nears (05-26-2017)
Illuminating Frog Bill Hops Out of Committee (05-24-2017)
Capitol 'Guts' Project Reaching Critical Point (05-23-2017)
DNR: Booher Bill Unconstitutionally Meddling In Trust Fund Decisions (04-21-2017)
Capitol Guts Renovation Project Now Estimated At $70M (04-20-2017)
Bill Would Prohibit Local Governments From Locking Out Charter Schools (04-18-2017)
Gov Vetoes 2 Bills, Signs Rest Of Proos' Criminal Justice Package (03-30-2017)
Pre-Labor Day School Bill Moves (03-28-2017)
All Community Colleges Get 2.5 Percent More In '18 Under Senate Plan (03-22-2017)
Who's On First? Confusing Budget Exchange Frustrate Lawmakers (03-20-2017)
Senate Passes 'Billy's Law,' 'Rail-banking Bill' Moved To 3rd Reading (02-28-2017)
Johnson Taking Steps Toward 14th Senate Seat Run (02-16-2017)
Baker: 'School Closure Announcement Followed the Law' (02-09-2017)
No Tax Cut In The Budget; Senate Republicans Weigh In (02-08-2017)
Snyder Wants Extra $325M For K-12 Education (02-07-2017)
Committee Looks to Local Control for Failing School Fix (01-31-2017)
Special Needs Database Legislation Passes Panel (01-24-2017)
Gov Signs Two Contested Bills Into Law (01-09-2017)
Sidewalk Bill Signed Into Law Amid MAJ Objections (01-04-2017)
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