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Wojno, Paul (D)State Senator District 9
A Democrat, Wojno served three terms in the Michigan House representing Warren and Center Line from 1996 to 2002 before being termed out of office.
He won the 9th Senate district in 2018 when he defeated Republican Jeff BONNELL, by securing 65.9 percent of the vote. Wojno defeated Democrat Kristina LODOVISI in the August primary after he secured 63.9 percent of the vote.
Wojno served for eight years as the clerk for the City of Warren.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Wayne State University.
Sen. Wojno is married to former Rep. Lisa WOJNO and the couple has three children.
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