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Wozniak, Douglas (R)State Representative District 36
Rep. Wozniak was first elected to serve the 36th District on Nov. 6, 2018 when he won the general election against Robert MURPHY by securing 66.3 percent of the vote.
Wozniak won out in a five-candidate GOP primary field when he secured 45.5 percent of the vote.
He is a small-business owner and a practicing attorney at his own law firm. He also is a licensed insurance agent, realtor and broker.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Wozniak, click here.
He is a graduate of Utica High School and of both the University of Michigan and Michigan State University.
He is active in the Shelby Daybreakers Kiwanis, Shelby Optimists, St. Kieran's Knights of Columbus and Shelby Lions. He is a former member of the Downtown Development Authority, Planning Commission, Construction Board of Appeals, Macomb Board of Canvassers, Macomb Republican Executive Committee and Northern Macomb Republican PAC.
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