MI-06 Jon Hoadley (D)
Hoadley comes from a family of educators. His mother and father, Michael and Diane, were university professors and administrators and his aunts and cousins have been teachers. Hoadley’s sister, Sara, became a teacher too.
For the past five years, Hoadley has been serving as a state representative for the 60th District, representing over 90,000 people living in Kalamazoo and Kalamazoo Township.
He served on the Appropriations Committee
When he was elected to serve as state representative, Hoadley championed investing in education, building a strong economy and providing a clean environment.
Hoadley lives in Michigan with his partner Kris and their beagle, Benjamin.
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