MIRS - Michigan's Independent Source of News & Information

Poleski, Earl (R)

State Representative District 64
Office: N 998 HOB
Term: 3rd
Phone: (517) 373-1795
Home Address: 5354 Reynolds Rd., Jackson MI 49203
Seat Number: 16
Standing Committees: Appropriations, Financial Liability Reform
Subcommittees: Judiciary(C), Health and Human Services(VC), General Government(VC), Corrections, Natural Resources, School Aid
(C) = Chair, (VC) = Vice Chair

CB - Capitol Building,  FB - Farnum Building,  HOB - House Office Building 


Rep. Poleski was first elected to the Michigan House in 2010.


A Certified Public Accountant for nearly 30 years, Poleski's life's work has been balancing budgets, keeping a watchful eye on spending, and protecting the financial security of his clients, neighbors and fellow taxpayers. Throughout his career, he has been a sole-practitioner and partner with various accounting firms providing individual and business accounting, tax and consulting services, while also representing clients to the IRS and state tax agencies. Poleski is a member of the Lally Group, PC accounting firm in Jackson.


Poleski graduated from Jackson Community College in 1976 and Albion College in 1978 and went on to earn a master's degree in taxation science from Walsh College.


Poleski's family moved to Jackson in 1973. He has been married to his high school sweetheart, Candy, for 31 years. Candy's family has lived in Jackson for five generations. Together, they have two grown sons, Earl Wayne and John. Poleski and his family are members of the First United Methodist Church where he sings in the Chancel Choir. He also has led several mission trips around the country with Jackson youths, teaching values such as service, hard work, honesty and responsibility.


Maria Ostrander

Additional Information

Pscholka Records Most Public Acts In 2015; Schmidt In Senate (01-06-2016)

Data Center Bills Signed Into Law (12-23-2015)

House, Senate Send Data Center Tax Exemptions To Snyder (12-16-2015)

Lawmakers Ask New MDOC Director About How To Cut Costs (10-29-2015)

Dem In 52nd, Republican In 64th Among Top House Fundraisers (10-28-2015)

Bill That Bans Incentives To Draw Candidates Draws Concerns (10-28-2015)

State Treasurer: 'Inaction Is Not An Option' On DPS (10-27-2015)

DHHS Reports $2.4M In Savings From Lease Changes (10-27-2015)

Howell Puts $55K Into Bid To Replace Courser (10-23-2015)

House Forms New Subcommittee Focused On Medicaid (10-21-2015)

New Ideas For Counting Students Floated In Subcommittee (10-06-2015)

Supporters Claim Bill Would Lower Interest Costs On Bonds (10-05-2015)

Storey, Whiteford Emerging As Early Favorites In Race To Replace Gamrat (09-24-2015)

'He's Godly': Carson's Faith, Story Are Keys To His Rise, Supporters Say (09-23-2015)

Garcia, Faris Join Approps, Lyons Back On Ed (09-22-2015)

Independent-Minded Jackson Mayor Plans Run For House As A Dem (09-14-2015)

Political Outsider Swartzle Now Helping Lead House GOP (08-12-2015)

Business Owner, City Leaders, County Official Could All Square Off In 64th (08-10-2015)

Owosso Mayor Raises $52K In Bid For 85th (07-27-2015)

Quadrant, Snyder Haven't Met On Roads Yet In 2015, Sources Say (07-21-2015)

Snyder Signs Early Warning Package (07-07-2015)

Snyder Signs Off On Preempting New Local Wage, Sick-Leave Requirements (06-30-2015)

McCready Intros Proposals To Create New Revenue For Roads (06-17-2015)

Without 'Catch-all' Provision, Bill Limiting Local Biz Rules Moves To Snyder (06-17-2015)