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Filler, Graham (R)State Representative District 93
Rep. Filler was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when he won 52.4 percent of the vote to defeat Democrat Dawn LEVEY.
Filler came out on top of a three person primary that year when he wont 57.2 percent of the vote to secure the GOP nomination.
He is active in the Republican Party, serving as the treasurer for the Clinton County Republican Party.
In 2011, Graham was named an assistant attorney general.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Filler, click here.
He graduated from Ovid-Elsie High School in 2002 and went on to Miami University in Ohio where he majored in politics, philosophy and law. He graduated from Detroit Meercy Law School.
Filler is married to Alicia and they have one child.
He is active with the St. John's Kiwanis Club 707, the SafeCenter organization, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. He was named Kiwanian of the Year in 2014.
He also is a member and supporter of the Farm Bureau, the NRA and Right to Life of Clinton County.
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