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Liberati, Jr., Tullio (D)State Representative District 13
Rep. Tullio Liberati, Jr. was first elected to the House in November 2020.
He has owned a construction company since 1997.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Liberati, Jr., click here.
Liberati studied biology at Wayne State University before he got into the construction industry.
The younger brother of term-limited Rep. Frank LIBERATI (D-Allen Park), he is a first-time political candidate who is an active member of St. Francis Carbini Church in Allen Park. The married father of two kids is an “empty nester” now and said he’s looking to serve as a way to give back to his community.
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