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Neeley, Cynthia (D)State Representative District 34
Rep. Cynthia Neeley is First Lady of Flint and was elected to the House in a special election in March 2020 to fill a seat vacated by her husband, Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley. She has no previous personal political experience.
Neeley is the owner of the Make Me Over salon since 2015.
She attended Mott Community College and graduated high school from Star City High School in Arkansas.
A Flint resident since 1987, Neeley has sat on several community boards, but has spent most of her time recently growing her small business. She and her husband have two children.
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