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Damoose, John N. (R)State Representative District 107
Rep. John Damoose was first elected to the House in Nov. 2020.
He is the founder of a film-making venture called 45 North Productions, which focuses on tributes, American documentaries, and Christian themes.
Damoose also served as executive director of Building America’s Tomorrow, a GM-funded organization designed to change the perception of today’s modern manufacturing jobs.
A Harbor Springs School Board member, he is the director of the Harbor Springs Downtown Development Authority.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Damoose, click here.
Damoose graduated from the University of Michigan in 1994 and served as the school’s president of the College Republicans.
He and his wife, Margo, have four children.
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