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Rogers, Julie (D)State Representative District 60
Rep. Julie Rogers was first elected to the House in November 2020.
She ran for the state House in 2006 and 2008 in the competitive 61st House district, losing
both times, albeit narrowly. In 2008, she fell to the Republican nominee by 1,181 votes.
The physical therapist is an appointee to the National Association of Counties Health Policy Steering Committee. She was also a Kalamazoo County commissioner and commission chair.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Rogers, click here.
Rogers served on the West Michigan Cancer Center Board, coached Girls on the Run and is a member of the Borgess Hospital Diversity Council.
Married, Rogers is a member of Chapel Hill United Methodist Church.
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