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Reilly, John (R)State Representative District 46
Rep. John Reilly was elected to his first term in November 2016. He is currently a Republican state committeeman and precinct delegate. In 2014, he challenged former Rep. Brad Jacobsen (R-Oxford).
Rep. Reilly worked for 20 years in automotive test engineering at General Motors before starting his own home service business, Log Cabin Handyman, which he has owned and operated for the past 12 years.
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Rep. Reilly graduated from Royal Oak Kimball High School and received an Automotive Technology Engineering associate’s degree from Oakland Community College.
His wife, Karen, is the Oakland Township Clerk. They have four children.
Rep. Reilly runs a Christian adult faith course at two churches in Oakland Township.
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