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Stone, Lori M. (D)State Representative District 28
Rep. Stone was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when she defeated incumbent Democratic Rep. Patrick GREEN in the August primary be securing 52.7 percent of the vote.
In the November general, she easily won over Republican nominee Aaron DELIKTA when she secured 62.97 percent of the vote.
She is a teacher and most recently taught fourth grade at Mound Park Elementary School.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Stone, click here.
She graduated from Fitzgerald Public Schools as well as the Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center.
She volunteered for the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of Warren for 13 years. She served as mentor and buddy runner with Mount Park's YMCA Girls on the Run program. She is a supporter of the Warren Civic Theatre.
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