MIRS Biographical Profiles
- View Printable Version
Cast 100% Of All Eligible Roll Call
Votes This Session
(441 out of 441)
Huizenga, Mark (R)State Representative District 74
Rep. Huizenga was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when he defeated Democrat Meagan CARR by securing 60.4 percent of the vote.
Huizenga was unopposed in the August primary.
In 2020, Huizenga defeated GOP primary opponent Brock STORY 88.3% to 11.69%. He secured his second term by defeating Democrat Meagan HINTZ 63.1% to 36.8% in the general election.
He has been involved in the city of Walker in varying capacities, including service on the Planning Commission from 2005-11, city commission from 2011-13 and mayor from 2013-18.
He owns a consulting firm and has more than 15 years of management consulting expertise.
He previously held senior management roles with Spectrum Health, Health Development International and ProCare Systems as well as other health care organizations.
He also has been an adjunct instructor at Grand Valley State University.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Huizenga, click here.
He has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Calvin College and a master's degree in management from Aquinas College.
He and his wife Kris have three children.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Zachary Sikkema
Cell Phone: (616) 550-5202
Bits And Tidbits (09-08-2021)
U.S. Rep. Huizenga Fined $5,000 For Skipping Metal Detector (08-27-2021)
GOP Leaders Turning Up Heat Against K-12 Mask Mandates (08-17-2021)
Patriot-Approved: A Voter Guide On Forensic Audit, 'Medical Freedom' Candidates (08-06-2021)
Huizenga Wins GOP Nomination In 28th By 174 Votes (08-04-2021)
Bits And Tidbits (07-30-2021)
Singh Raises $85,233 To Replace Hertel In '22 (07-26-2021)
Huizenga Outraises Special Senate Candidates With +$171,000; No Reports From Woz (07-23-2021)
The Door-Knocker, The Huizenga & The Steak Man: Kent County's Senate Primary (07-21-2021)
Brann's Support For Elliott-Larsen Expansion Becomes Issue In SD-28 (07-16-2021)
Hall, Fink Emerging As Top GOP Leadership Candidates (07-12-2021)
Why Not Open Mackinac Bridge Tower Tour To General Public? (07-02-2021)
Bits And Tidbits (06-23-2021)
Bits And Tidbits (06-04-2021)
House Budget: UIA Won't Get Paid If Unemployed Aren't Looking For Jobs (05-12-2021)
In-Person UIA, SOS Offices, More 'U' Funding Highlight Budget Changes (05-11-2021)
LaGrand: New Disclosure Plan is Toxic (04-23-2021)
'Radical Shift' In 'U,' College Funding Clears Subcommittee (04-22-2021)
One Of MI's First-Ever Trans Political Candidates Returns In SD-28 (04-19-2021)
Patriot Party Candidates Would Have To Swear Oath To Platform (02-26-2021)
Huizenga Joins LaGrand On Conflict Of Interest Package (02-23-2021)
Whitmer Waiting For 'Full' COVID-19 Plan From Lawmakers (02-04-2021)
Slotkin Starts 2022 With Largest War Chest; McClain Still Owes $1.5M (02-01-2021)
Chatfield Still Tops In Fundraising, Lasinski Only Dem In Top 5 For Contributions, Cash (02-01-2021)
Brann Files Campaign Committee In SD-28; Wozniak: 'I Have A Lot Of Support' (01-28-2021)
GOP Looks Dubiously At Whitmer's Outstretched Hand (01-27-2021)
No House Freshman Chairs; First Time Since '09 (01-21-2021)
Green Files Committee In SD-28, First Candidate Files In SD-8; More News (01-20-2021)
Michigan-Illinois Announce Asian Carp Prevention Plan (01-07-2021)
EPA Completes Legacy Pollution Projects in Detroit, Muskegon (12-30-2020)
Wentworth, 45 GOP Reps Back Weiser For MRP Chair (12-17-2020)
House Gives A Count For COVID Positive Members, Staffers (12-09-2020)
Huizenga Making a Go at Senate (12-08-2020)
Lions' Firing Of Coach, GM Has Bipartisan Support (12-04-2020)
Top 5 Possible Gubernatorial Candidates For 2022 (11-16-2020)
Ananich: COVID-19 Test Positive (11-06-2020)
Upton Wins In MI-6; Meijer Looking Strong In MI-3 Slotkin Wins Re-Election (11-04-2020)
Municipal Finance In Michigan Is 'Fundamentally Broken' (10-27-2020)
Speaker Raises 'Unprecedented' Campaign Cash (10-26-2020)
Dem Senate, Congressional Candidates Outraise Republicans $22M-$20M In Q3 (10-16-2020)
Statewide Headlines‘America is in crisis,’ U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz tells Michigan Republicans at Mackinac conference
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem to Michigan Republicans: Talk to your liberal friends
Michigan residents vaccinated six months ago and eligible for boosters can seek them immediately
A budget deal, a campaign finance lawsuit and a resignation: The week in Michigan politics
Republican movement not dependent on ‘any one person,’ says Betsy DeVos, without naming Trump