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Dianda, Scott (D)State Representative District 110
Dianda served as a trustee and president for the Village of Calumet's council before running for the 110th House District seat. In 2010, Dianda lost to former Rep. Matt Huuki by about 3,000 votes. But in a rematch in 2012, Dianda unseated Huuki by around 1,200 votes. In 2014, Dianda defeated Republican Bob Michaels 60 to 40 percent to win re-election.
After owning a retail store in Calumet, he worked for the Michigan Department of Transportation.
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Dianda has a degree from Lake Superior State University and attended Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.
His wife's name is Debbie. Dianda is a lifelong Upper Peninsula resident. They have no children, but 23 nieces and nephews and 27 great-nieces and great-nephews.
He served as president of the Michigan State Employees Association (MSEA) from 2008 to 2010.
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