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Theis, Lana (R)State Senator District 22
Sen. Theis was elected in the 22nd Senate district in 2018 when she secured 55.97 percent of the general election vote against Democrat Adam DREHER.
Theis had defeated Republican Joseph Converse MARINARO in the GOP August Prmary with 74.8 percent of the vote.
Sen. Theis served two terms representing the 42nd House District.
Prior to her election the House, Rep. Theis was the Brighton Township Treasurer. She also served on the Brighton Area Fire Authority and the Livingston County Republican Party.
To read MIRS biography of Sen. Theis, click here.
Sen. Theis attended California State University Fullerton where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in chemistry.
Sen. Theis and her husband Sam have two children, Jacob and Gabrielle.
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