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Bolger, Jase (R)State Representative District 63
Former Calhoun County Commissioner, Speaker Bolger was first elected in 2008 to the Michigan House. In 2010 Bolger was elected to serve as House Speaker following the GOP's pickup of the House in the November general election.
Twelve years ago, just after his second child was born, Rep. Bolger got together with a few friends and business associates to start a small business. That business, Summit Credit Services, updates phone records for Fortune 100 companies throughout the country. The company has brought more than 20 jobs to Michigan.
After graduating from Charlotte High School, Rep. Bolger attended Western Michigan University where he earned his Bachelor's of Business Administration. He achieved dual majors in Finance and Political Science.
Born 2/2/71, Rep. Bolger has been married to his high school sweetheart Molly for 18 years. They have two children together, Nicholas and Megan.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Suzanne Miller Allen
- Memorial Resolution, A resolution of tribute as a memorial for William \"Bill\" Jowett, former member of the Michigan House of Representatives.
(Status: 01/22/2014 - HOUSE - ADOPTED)
- , A resolution of tribute offered as a memorial for Judy Nerat, former member of the House of Representatives.
(Status: 01/23/2014 - HOUSE - ADOPTED)
- , A resolution of tribute offered as a memorial for Agnes M. Dobronski, former member of the House of Representatives.
(Status: 01/28/2014 - HOUSE - ADOPTED)
- , A resolution of tribute offered as a memorial for Gino H. Polidori, former member of the House of Representatives.
(Status: 02/20/2014 - HOUSE - ADOPTED)
Santana Seeks 'Cooling-Off Period' With Dem Caucus (03-06-2014)
Duggan Visits Lansing, Pushes For Scrap Metal Reforms (03-05-2014)
Bolger, Haveman On Supplemental: Patch Potholes, Not HICA Hole (03-05-2014)
Conference Looms As House Passes Supplemental On Roads, Medicaid (03-04-2014)
Hackel Gets 'Inappropriate' Call From Lund (03-03-2014)
'Big Four' Lining Up Against No-Fault (02-28-2014)
As Vote Waits, 14 Differences For House, Senate On '14 Supplemental (02-27-2014)
Pappageorge No-Fault Proposal Ties Rates To Worker's Comp (02-27-2014)
Snyder: 1 In 8 Bridges Structurally Deficient (02-26-2014)
Bolger's Auto Insurance Reform Includes 'Managed Care Option' (02-25-2014)
House R's PACs Rallying Early Around 3 Challengers (02-21-2014)
Patterson: Bolger Is 'Shilling' For Insurance Companies (02-21-2014)
Bits And Tidbits (02-21-2014)
Bits And Tidbits (02-21-2014)
Bolger Unveils Auto Insurance Plan With $10M Cap, Premium Drop (02-20-2014)
Senate Passes $100M For Roads, Bolger Wants $215M (02-20-2014)
Lyons, Ananich Post Big Leadership PAC Numbers (02-18-2014)
EAA Being Hurt By Initial Response? (02-13-2014)
House Dems Call For 'Independent' Ionia Prison Break Investigation (02-10-2014)
Part-Time Legislature Proponents Primed To Gather Signatures (02-06-2014)
Bits And Tidbits (02-04-2014)
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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