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Haadsma, Jim (D)State Representative District 62
Rep. Haadsma was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when he defeated Republican Dave MORGAN by securing 51.8 percent of the vote.
Haadsma ran unopposed in the August primary.
He is an attorney who has worked at McCroskey Law since 1987. He specializes in representing injured workers in Workers' Compensation Agency cases, and in representing injured workers before the Social Security Administration's Office of Disability Adjudication and Review.
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He earned his bachelor's degree at Michigan State University and law degree at Wayne State University.
He is the father of one adult daughter and three adult sons.
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