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Moss, Jeremy (D)State Senator District 11
Sen. Moss was elected to the Michigan Senate in 2018 after defeating three other Democrats in the August primary in which the Southfield Democrat won 52.07 percent of the vote.
In the general election, Moss defeated Boris TUMAN and Libertarian James K. YOUNG by securing 76.7 percent of the vote.
He served two terms in the Michigan House.
Moss also served as the youngest-ever member of the Southfield City Council.
Sen. Moss worked in the public policy field at the state and local level before running for office.
To read MIRS biography of Sen. Jeremy, click here.
Sen. Moss holds a bachelor degree in journalism with an additional major in political science from Michigan State University, where he graduated with high honors. He also is a graduate of the Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University's Institute for Public Policy and Social Research (IPPSR).
Sen. Moss is a life-long resident of Southfield studied race relations in South Africa, where he volunteered to provide community support to children orphaned by HIV/AIDS.
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