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Farrington, Diana (R)State Representative District 30
Rep. Diana Farrington was elected to her first term in November 2016. She replaced her husband, former Rep. Jeff Farrington, who was term limited.
She worked as a Mortgage Auditor, started her own youth sports photography company, and is a life-long member of Trinity Lutheran Church.
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Rep. Farrington graduated from Utica High School. She studied at Oakland University.
She and her husband, Jeff, have two sons.
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