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Johnson, Ruth (R)State Senator District 14
Sen. Johnson is a former two-term Secretary of State who left office in 2019 after being termed out.
She has also served three terms in the Michigan House of Representatives.
Johnson was the first woman elected to the office of Oakland County Clerk. She also served on the Oakland County Commission.
Sen. Johnson holds an associate's degree from Oakland Community College, a bachelor's degree from Oakland University and a master's degree from Wayne State University.
She lives in Holly with her daughter.
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