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Camilleri, Darrin (D)State Representative District 23
Rep. Darrin Camilleri was elected to his first term in November 2016 when he won out in a four-person Democratic primary with 35.7% of the vote. Later that fall, he defeated GOP nominee Bob HOWEY 50.3% to 59.67%.
In 2018, Camilleri earned a return trip to the House when he ran unopposed in the primary and defeated GOP nominee Michael FRAZIER 56.5% to 43.3%.
In 2020, a final term was secured when Camilleri again ran unopposed in the primary and defeated GOP nominee John POE 52.5% to 47.4%.
The state's 23rd House district has a narrow 50.06% Democratic voting base according to Target Insyght - a mark Camilleri easily passed the last two cycles.
He also served as a Brownstown Parks and Recreation commissioner.
Camilleri was a high school social studies teacher in Detroit, where he chaired the social studies department.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Camilleri, click here.
He attended St. Albert the Great Elementary School in Dearborn Heights and graduated from Gabriel Richard High School in Riverview. Camilleri graduated from Kalamazoo Community College with a B.A. in political science.
He is a member of the 12th District Democrats, Friends of the Detroit River, the Sierra Club, NAACP, Michigan United, and St. Joseph Catholic Church in Trenton.
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