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MacDonald, Michael D. (R)State Senator District 10
Sen. MacDonald won the state's 10th Senate District after he defeated former Democratic Rep. Henry YANEZ by securing 51.02 percent of the vote.
MacDonald defeated three other Republicans in the August 2018 primary after he secured 59.4 percent of the vote.
Sen. MacDonald was a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual and vice president of the Michigan Air Force Association. He has worked as a doctoral researcher for the University of Phoenix.
To read MIRS biography of Sen. MacDonald, click here.
He holds a doctorate from the University of Phoenix in Health Administration and a master's degree in business administration.
He lives in Macomb Township with his wife Lauraane and their dog, Gizmo.
He serves as a board member of the Friends of Macomb Township Foundation and is a member of the Clinton Township Kiwanis Club.
Sen. MacDonald also serves as a doctoral mentor to those pursuing their doctoral degree.
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