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Love, Leslie (D)State Representative District 10
Rep. Love was first elected to the Michigan House in 2014 after defeating four other Democrats in the August primary. She went on in the general election to defeat Republican Matthew X. HAUSER by a margin of 82 to 8 percent.
Rep. Love began her poltiical career in 1998 when she worked as the campaign assistant to a California assembywoman.
Rep. Love is the former director of theater operations and adjunct professor at Marygrove College. She is also a stand up comedian and actress.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Love, click here.
Rep. Love received her bachelor's degree from Siena Heights University and master's degrees from Marygrove and Wayne State University.
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