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Gosselin, Robert (R)State Representative District 41
Mr. Gosselin was a Member of the Troy City Council from 1993 to 1997; and Mayor pro-tem in 1994-95. He also served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 1999-2002.
Mr. Gosselin is currently a Senior Designer for GM. and a Homebuilder.
Mr. Gosselin received training in Mechanical and Architectural Engineering from Lawrence Technical College.
Rep. Gosselin and his wife Jan have been married for 25 years and are the parents of three children, Jennifer, Andrew, and Stephanie.
Mr. Gosselin has been active for many years in the Oakland County G.O.P., and he is a member of the Building Industry Association of Michigan, and a board member for the Angel Society, a charitable organization.
Campaign News (10-29-2004)
Connerly To Mark MCRI Filings (01-05-2005)
Sheen For Tax Policy, Hune For Insurance? (01-18-2005)
House Committees Announced (01-25-2005)
Ten Commandments Again (02-17-2005)
House Education Grows By Two (02-17-2005)
House Panel Taking Up SUTA Dumping Bills (03-01-2005)
Anti-SUTA Dumping Bills Prepped (03-09-2005)
Bill Makes Treasury Compare Records (03-09-2005)
Ten Commandments Come To Lansing (03-16-2005)
Gosselin Proposes Gas Tax Cap (03-16-2005)
Colleges Get Bonding Now In E.O. (03-17-2005)
Bits And Tidbits (03-18-2005)
Amended Ten Commandment Measures Move (03-22-2005)
Gas Tax Cap Bill Moves (03-23-2005)
Rising Testifies On SBT Restructuring (04-13-2005)
Bits and Tidbits (04-15-2005)
Gosselin Grudge Holding Up SUTA Bills (04-19-2005)
Gosselin: Let's Get Away From Personalities (04-20-2005)
Road Guys Fight for $10 Mil (04-21-2005)
SUTA Moves Out Of Senate (04-21-2005)
Anti-SUTA Dumping Bill Signed (05-04-2005)
Panel Looks At DCH Overpayments (05-10-2005)
Butler Gets Legislative Embrace (06-08-2005)
Statewide HeadlinesState’s AG warns suppliers about cold weather cons
Paul Clements, Democrat running against Upton, gets endorsed by Sierra Club
Propane prices finally dropping
Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley places five-minute limit on city council comments
Juvenile lifers: Michigan Supreme Court hears oral arguments on retroactivity, resentencing