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Singh, Sam (D)State Representative District 69
Three years after graduating from Michigan State University, Singh was elected at the age of 24 to the East Lansing City Council. He won re-election for two additional terms. In 2005, he was elected as the youngest mayor in the city's history.
Singh has worked as a senior consultant for the New Economic Initiative for Southeast Michigan and as a consultant for Public Policy Associates. Singh has also been president and CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association.
He has a bachelor's degree in history from Michigan State University.
Singh is the Michigan House's first Indian-American member. His wife's name is Kerry.
Singh has served on the boards of more than 20 groups, including the Lansing Refugee Development Center, Capital Area United Way, the Michigan Municipal League and the Michigan Political Leadership Program.
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