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Albert, Thomas (R)State Representative District 86
Rep. Thomas Albert was elected to his first term as state representative in November 2016.
After graduating college he was commissioned as a Marine Corps Officer and spent the next year attending training schools in order to enter the operational forces. In 2009, Thomas deployed to Iraq as an advisor to the Iraqi Army in the Anbar Province. After leaving active duty, he continued to serve as a reservist until 2013. After completing his MBA in 2013, Thomas worked as an investor for the State of Michigan Retirement Systems.
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Rep. Albert attended the University of Michigan where he majored in both political science and history. After completing military service, Thomas used the G.I. Bill to attain a Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University with a concentration in finance. He then obtained the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst certification.
Rep. Albert and his wife Erica live in Lowell and have three children.
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