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Bezotte, Robert (R)State Representative District 47
Rep. Robert Bezotte was first elected to the House in Nov. 2020.
He was a Livingston County commissioner and U.S. Army veteran who served as vice chair of the Livingston County Veterans Affairs Board of Directors.
Bezotte is retired as Livingston County Sheriff with 33 years of experience as a law enforcement officer within the county.
In between stints in the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department, he was in Scottdale, AZ, as the director of security for Domino’s Pizza for 10 years, responsible for the security of 1,800 employees with 95 stores, primarily in Arizona.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Bezotte, click here.
Bezotte attended Eastern Michigan University and the FBI National Academy at the University of Virginia.
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