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Posthumus, Bryan (R)State Representative District 73
Rep. Bryan Posthumus was first elected to the House in November 2020.
He is a hops farmer and vice president of business development for USA Financial.
Posthumus worked as the CEO and director of consulting for Tuebor Strategies up until last year. He’s also worked as a national account manager and regional sales manager for Compactio, Inc.
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Posthumus received his bachelor’s degree in agribusiness management from Michigan State University.
He’s the son of former Lt. Gov. Dick POSTHUMUS and the brother of former Lt. Gov. candidate and former-Rep. Lisa Posthumus LYONS.
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