MIRS Biographical Profiles
- View Printable Version
Cast 100% Of All Eligible Roll Call
Votes This Session
(25 out of 25)
Fink, Andrew (R)State Representative District 58
Rep. Andrew Fink was first elected to the House in November 2020.
He is an attorney and small business owner.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Fink, click here.
A 2006 Hillsdale College graduate, Fink earned his law degree from the University of Michigan Law School in 2010. From there, the son of a sheriff’s officer and a police dispatcher went into active duty and worked as a judge advocate for Marines and their families. He left the military as a captain in 2014.
Fink is a musician and has played guitar at schools, churches, community events and fundraisers. He moved to Hillsdale from Ypsilanti to open a local office of his family’s law firm, Fink and Fink. Fink and his wife, Lauren, have five young children, two collies and a cat.
He’s a member of the NRA, the American Legion and the Federalist Society. Fink has also served as an elder at his church and as a commissioner-at-large of the State Bar of Michigan.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Jake Damec
Two Bills To Lower Health Costs Approved In Health Policy (03-03-2021)
HRCC Co-Chairs Named; Fundraisers Postponed (02-19-2021)
Reps Question Whether MIOSHA Is Shaming Businesses Over COVID-19 (02-09-2021)
'Knife Rights Act' Unsheathed & Other New Noteworthy Bills (01-28-2021)
Reopening Cries Shift To High School Hoops, All Youth Sports By Feb. 1 (01-25-2021)
No House Freshman Chairs; First Time Since '09 (01-21-2021)
Gov's Goal Is For Every School To Offer In-Person Option By March 1 (01-08-2021)
COVID Relief Funds To Be Held Until Whitmer Does More (01-08-2021)
Press ReleasesLet’s Continue to Feed Kids This SummerRep. Yaroch calls for federal investigation into Michigan’s nursing home COVID decisions; seeks end to governor’s ‘hush money’ dealsAdditional statement from Mayor Mike Duggan on Johnson & Johnson vaccinesPHOTOS: Peters Visits with Michigan National Guardsmen Deployed to Protect the U.S. Capitol
Statewide HeadlinesOver 2,000 Michigan businesses setting standard for COVID-19 workplace safety compliance*
Michigan opens vaccines to more people, but frustration grows for those still struggling to book appointments*
More than half of Kent County residents ages 65 and older are partially vaccinated
Defense attorneys argue men accused in Whitmer kidnap plot never had a plan
Don't be 'picky' about COVID vaccine options, Michigan health officials plead*