MIRS Biographical Profiles
- View Printable Version
Cast 100% Of All Eligible Roll Call
Votes This Session
(204 out of 204)
Daley, Kevin (R)State Senator District 31
Sen. Daley won the state's 31st Senate district in 2018 after he secured 60.24 percent of the general election vote against Democrat Cynthia LUCZAK.
Daley won the Senate GOP primary in the 31st by defeating former Rep. Gary GLENN by securing 58.6 percent of the primary vote.
Daley served in the Michigan House representing the state's 82nd House District from 2008 through 2014.
Daley is the owner and operator of a family dairy farm, and is a former Arcadia Township supervisor.
To read MIRS biography of Sen. Daley, click here.
His wife, Debbie, is a teacher in Lapeer County. The couple have three children and five grandchildren.
Daley has been active within the community his entire life. Before being elected supervisor in 1995 he served Arcadia Township as treasurer, trustee and planning commissioner. Daley is the chairman of the Board of Directors at Lapeer County E.M.S., former president of the Michigan Milk Producers Association Tri-County Local, a 30-year member of the Farm Bureau, an appointed member to the Lapeer County Ag Preservation Board and a 4-H Dairy supervisor superintendent. Daley and his family belong to Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, where he is an active member of the Knights of Columbus.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Amanda Wright
Cell Phone: 810-441-7257
Commercial, Sport Anglers Are Spoiling For A Fish Fight (07-02-2019)
Caro Report Results Pushed To Mid-July (07-02-2019)
Which Legislators Overperformed Their Base Numbers The Most? (06-28-2019)
Legislature Wants To Prevent Another Egg Bill Crack Up (06-06-2019)
GOP Lawmakers Think DHHS Caro Study A Sham (04-08-2019)
New Caro Hospital Construction Halted Pending Outside Review (03-13-2019)
Consumers Agrees Not To Give To Nonprofits That Spent Heavy In '18 Races (01-14-2019)
Senate Names Committee Chairs; Lucido To Lead New Advice & Consent Panel (01-03-2019)
Press ReleasesRep. Lower plan prevents public schools from claiming sanctuary statusMUCC, Nugent face off on baiting and feeding white-tailed deerVanderWall testifies in favor of bill that would reverse deer baiting banSomali immigrant, new American brings arts and culture to Lansing communityLucido welcomes pharmacy students to Capitol
Statewide HeadlinesLegislation gives counties option of levying gas tax to address road repairs
GM Workers Head to Picket Lines to Press Demands
With No Vehicles Being Made, UAW Strike Could Cost GM $100 Million a Day
G.M. Workers Say They Sacrificed, and Now They Want Their Due
Former state Rep. Todd Courser gets probation in case related to 2015 sex scandal