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Leutheuser, Eric (R)State Representative District 58
Rep. Leutheuser was first elected to the Michigan House in 2014 after defeating six other Republicans in the August primary. In the general election, Rep. Leutheuser defeated his Democratic opponent 71 to 29 percent.
Rep. Leutheuser is a former auto dealer with Leutheuser Buick GMC for over 30 years including as general manager.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Leutheuser, click here.
Rep. Leutheuser earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Economy from Hillsdale College.
Rep. Leutheuser and his wife, Laura, who teaches at Hillsdale Academy, have been married 28 years and have three daughters and three granddaughters.
A lifelong resident of Hillsdale, Rep. Leutheuser has been involved in his community as an officer of the Hillsdale County Community Foundation, Hillsdale City Planning Commission, Economic Development Commission and the Rotary Club of Hillsdale.
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