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Ellison, Jim (D)State Representative District 26
Rep. Jim Ellison was elected to his first term in November 2016. Prior to being state Representative, he was elected to the Royal Oak City Commission in 1991. In 2003, he was elected Mayor and served seven consecutive terms.
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He and his wife, Jodie, have eight children.
He has served as the chairman of the Royal Oak Planning Commission, original chairman of the Woodward Dream Cruise Liaison Committee, and president of the Royal Oak Housing Commission.
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