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Bizon, John (R)State Senator District 19
Sen. Bizon won the 19th Senate district in 2018 after defeating Democrat Jason NOBLE by securing 58.6 percent of the vote.
Bizon won the Republican primary in 2018 by defeating former Rep. Mike CALLTON.
First elected to the Michigan House in 2014, Dr. Bizon is a past president of the Michigan State Medical Society.
Dr. Bizon is an ear, nose and throat-otolaryngologist in Battle Creek who has been in medical practice for almost 40 years.
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Dr. Bizon earned a bachelor of science from Michigan State University and a medical degree from Wayne State University School of Medicine. His residency took place at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, Texas.
Sen. Bizon and his wife, Deborah, have been married for 41 years and together have raised four adult children. John and Deborah have belonged to the Catholic Church community since childhood, including the Battle Creek St. Philip and St. Joseph churches over the past 24 years.
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