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Calley, Julie (R)

State Representative District 87
Office: N1191 HOB
Term: Second
Phone: (517) 373-0842
Email: JulieCalley@house.mi.gov
Home Address: 10198 Butler Road, Portland, MI 48875
Website: http://gophouse.org/representatives/southwest/calley/
Seat Number: 97
Standing Committees: Elections & Ethics(C), Natural Resources & Outdoor Recreation, Local Government & Municipal Finance, Health Policy
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

BB - Binsfeld Building,  BT - Boji Tower,  CB - Capitol Building,  HOB - House Office Building  


POLITICAL CAREER

Rep. Julie Calley was elected to her first term as state representative in November 2016. Prior to her state office, she was elected as Ionia County Commissioner where she served for eight years, leading the board as chairperson for three years. In 2011, she was appointed by former Governor Rick Snyder to the Michigan Community Service Commission.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Rep. Calley worked for the Eyde Company in commercial property management.

To read MIRS biography of Rep. Calley, click here.

EDUCATION

She graduated from Northwood University with a degree in Business Management.

PERSONAL

Rep. Calley is the wife of former Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley. They reside in Portland and have three children.

CIVIC ACTIVITIES

In 2015, Julie was elected as chairperson. Julie is a current member of South Church and has served in many capacities over the years at First Baptist in Portland, mainly working in youth and women’s ministries.

LEAD STAFF PERSON:

Meghan Koorndyk
mkoorndyk@house.mi.gov

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