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Brixie, Julie (D)

State Representative District 69
Office: S1088 HOB
Term: Second
Phone: (517) 373-1786
Email: JulieBrixie@house.mi.gov
Home Address: Meridian Township MI
Website: https://housedems.com/brixie
Seat Number: 92
Standing Committees: Oversight(VC), Tax Policy, Joint Administrative Rules
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

BB - Binsfeld Building,  BT - Boji Tower,  CB - Capitol Building,  HOB - House Office Building  


POLITICAL CAREER

Rep. Julie Brixie was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when she defeated Republican George NASTAS by securing 71.6% of the general election vote.

She came out on top of a three candidate primary field in August 2018 with 47.4% of the vote.

Brixie earned her second term in the House in 2020 when she ran unopposed in the August primary and defeated her GOP opponent Grace S. NORRIS, 69.29% to 29.15% in the general election.  

Brixie served on the Meridian Township Zoning Board of Appeals and Planning Commission in 1998 and 1999.

In 2000, she was elected to the Meridian Township Board where she served for 18 years - two terms as a trustee and three terms as treasurer.

WORK EXPERIENCE

Brixie ran a mobile laboratory, conducting investigations and cleanups of contaminated sites throughout Michigan. One site included the 24-acre Motor Wheel Inc. Superfund site in Lansing, which was identified as one of the worst hazardous waste sites in the nation.

To read MIRS biography of Rep. Brixie, click here.

EDUCATION

She received a Bachelor of Science degree in physical geography from the University of Illinois and later received a master's degree in crop and soil sciences, with a specialization in environmental toxicology, from Michigan State University.

PERSONAL

Brixie and her husband, Randy, have three daughters.

LEAD STAFF PERSON:

Dan Opsommer
Cell Phone: 571-281-6034
dopsommer@house.mi.gov

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