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Albert, Thomas (R)
State Representative District 86
BB - Binsfeld Building, BT - Boji Tower, CB - Capitol Building, HOB - House Office Building
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, Albert 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, Albert worked as an investor for the State of Michigan Retirement Systems.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Albert, click here.
He attended the University of Michigan where he majored in both political science and history. After completing military service, Albert 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.
Albert and his wife Erica live in Lowell and have three children.
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Inedible National Guard Food Reimbursement Signed (05-07-2021)House Adds To DHHS Budget; Rejects Dem Changes To EGLE, DNR (05-05-2021)Albert Hopes To Avoid Future Cuts By Using Quarterly Budgeting (05-03-2021)Supplemental Offers Unemployed $1,000 To Go Back To Work (04-29-2021)Senate, House Appropriations Moving To Spend Rest Of Federal Money (04-28-2021)Accident Shows Need For Tighter Carnival, Amusement Regs (04-27-2021)MSF OKs $700M Flint Settlement Bond; To Be Repaid By State Over 30 Years (04-27-2021)Quarterly Budgets; Executive Cuts Highlight House Budgets (04-20-2021)Albert Lays Out Stimulus Preferences; Gov Brings In Singh (04-20-2021)Bits And Tibits (04-15-2021)Small Biz, Infrastructure, Kids Mark Gov's Priorities For Federal COVID Money (04-12-2021)McBroom Bills For No-Helmet ATV Riders Wiggle Out Of Senate (03-17-2021)Albert: We'll Move With Or Without Gov.; Massaron Hopes To Form Relationship (03-12-2021)Albert Draws Bright Line On Budget Talks; House Tries Again On Vetoed Money (03-10-2021)Gov Nixes $650M In Supplemental Spending; House Fails To Resurrect It (03-09-2021)'Nonsensical' Supplemental Bill Given To Governor (03-08-2021)$2.25-An-Hour Bump For Direct Care Workers Make Legislators' Budget (03-03-2021)R's Weigh Tie-Bar, Direct Care Worker Issues In Supplemental (02-23-2021)End Of Moratorium Could Mean Glut Of Evictions In April (02-22-2021)Wentworth On Twitter? . . . Nope (02-17-2021)Albert Again Raises Issue Of Payroll Growth In MPSERS (02-17-2021)$3B In More Spending, Not Cuts, Highlights Gov's '22 Budget (02-11-2021)More Money For Abortion Alternative Programs Considered (02-10-2021)Whiteford To Talk To Families, Kids On How To Improve Adoption, Foster Care (02-04-2021)Whitmer Waiting For 'Full' COVID-19 Plan From Lawmakers (02-04-2021)In-Person Schools Get $250 Boost Under House Supplemental (02-03-2021)House GOP COVID-19 Relief Plan Comes In $2B Less Than Gov's Offering (01-27-2021)No House Freshman Chairs; First Time Since '09 (01-21-2021)After Vetoes, Gov Puts Forth Property Tax Relief In $5.6B COVID Supplemental (01-19-2021)Game of Chicken Brewing Over COVID Dollars (01-15-2021)Stamas Suggests Senate Hold Up Appointments Until Economy Opened (01-13-2021)COVID Relief Funds To Be Held Until Whitmer Does More (01-08-2021)Bill Would Stop Orders From Reanimating '28 Days Later;' More COVID Bills Passed (12-18-2020)Wentworth, 45 GOP Reps Back Weiser For MRP Chair (12-17-2020)House Gives Final Blessing To 45-Day Data Breach Requirement; More House News (12-16-2020)Bits And Tidbits (12-09-2020)Bills Would Exempt Critical Workers From COVID Rules (12-02-2020)COVID-Related Bills Get Quick Movement Out Of Committee (12-01-2020)Speaker-Elect Wentworth Names Committee On Committees, Policy Panel (11-17-2020)Albert Named Approps Chair, Lilly To Lead Committee Replacing Ways & Means (11-13-2020)Wentworth Named Next Republican Leader, Lasinski To Lead Democrats (11-05-2020)Speaker Raises 'Unprecedented' Campaign Cash (10-26-2020)COVID Patient Can't Be Let Into Nursing Home Without Precautions Under New Law (10-22-2020)Deal Struck On Biz COVID-19 Liability (10-14-2020)Frederick Wraps Up Republican Floor Leader Race; Leadership Race Update (09-24-2020)House Votes Liability Protection For Biz During Pandemic (09-23-2020)Increased Liability Standards Might Increase Suits, Not Stop Them (09-08-2020)MDOC: Staff Vacancy Rate 'Higher Than Where We Want' (09-02-2020)Chair Puts Premium Importance On COVID Liability Bills (09-01-2020)Petitions Not Coming To Unlock Signees; Signees Are Coming To Petitions (07-30-2020)'Grand Slam' Amendment Would Return Gov't 'Back To The People' (06-25-2020)No-Penalty Property Tax Extension Passes House (06-18-2020)MPSERS Appointees Explain Goals Outside Of WMPF Claims (06-11-2020)Bits And Tidbits (06-10-2020)West MI Policy Forum, Albert Raise Concerns Over MPSERS Assumptions (06-09-2020)Here's How We See The House Races, Districts 81-90 (06-08-2020)House Votes To Allow Bigger Payday Loans (05-27-2020)Bits And Tidbits (05-27-2020)