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Kelly, Tim (R)State Representative District 94
Kelly, who worked in state government in Indiana before moving to Michigan, ran for the House in 2006, losing in the GOP primary by 472 votes. Four years later, in 2010, he won election as a Saginaw County Commissioner. In 2012, he won the 94th District seat, defeating fellow County Commissioner Ann Marie DOYLE by 537 votes in the Aug. 7 GOP primary.
Kelly moved to Michigan in 1995 to work as an education policy adviser for former Gov. John Engler. He also worked as special adviser to the director of the former Department of Career Development.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Kelly, click here.
He has a bachelor's degree in mass communications from the University of Denver.
Kelly and his wife, Deenie, have two sons.
Kelly is on the Saginaw Area Catholic Schools Board of Trustees and the St. Mary's Hospital Community Advisory Committee. He also volunteers as head coach of the Nouvel men's tennis team.
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