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Hughes, Holly (R)State Representative District 91
Rep. Holly Hughes is returning to the Michigan House for her second term with the 2015-2016 legislative session after knocking off first term Rep. Collene Lamonte of Montague by 58 votes in a rematch of a 2012 loss Hughes suffered to Lamonte. Hughes is a former Republican National Committeewoman.
Rep. Hughes has experience operating and owning a small business in property management while working in two other family businesses MasterTag which makes horticultural labels and Bolema Lumber a retail hardware store.
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Rep. Hughes holds a B.A. Michigan State University.
Representative Hughes and her husband Rick, reside in Montague. They have two daughters, Morgan and Taylor, and a son-in-law, Jonah who is married to Taylor.
Rep. Hughes has served and continues to serve on a number of boards, including the Muskegon Veterans Job Fair, which she co-founded in 2012. She was also appointed to the Muskegon Promise Zone Board by then Speaker Jase Bolger and is involved with the Senior Resources Board, Early Childhood Thrive, Muskegon Legends Flight, and the U.S.S. LST 393 Veterans Museum Board. A former Community Foundation for Muskegon County member, Hughes also serves on the White Lake Community Fund, Hackley Hospital Cornerstone Foundation, Tanglewood Park Project for Sr. Citizens, West Shore Symphony Orchestra, and White Lake Recyclers.
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