Rebekah Warren

Biographical Information

Born: November 25, 1971 in Owosso
Marital Status: Divorced
Children: None
Education: Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan and took graduate courses in Child and Family Ecology at Michigan State University
Employment/Military Record: Chief of staff to Democratic State Representatives Mary Schroer (D-Ann Arbor) and Hubert Price (D-Pontiac) from 1993-1999, Executive Director of MARAL Pro-Choice Michigan from 1999-2006.
Community Activities: Rebekah currently serves on the board of the Jean Ledwith King Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan and Chairs the board of the Equality Michigan Action Network. Some of her previous community involvement has included chairing the Community Development Executive Committee for the city of Ann Arbor and serving as a board member for SOS Community Services, a non-profit in Ypsilanti that works to provide critical housing crisis services.
Religion: Episcopalian

Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed)

Senate (1/1/2011 - 12/31/2018)
House (1/1/2007 - 12/31/2020)
Other Offices: State Representative, 53rd District, from 2007-2010 and State Senator, 18th District, from 2011 to present.

Elections and Political Participation

Michigan House 55th District 2018
General Vote: 30,185 of 40,814 (73%)
Primary Vote: 13,046 of 16,965 (76%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: UAW, County Road Association of Michigan, Michigan Association for Justice, AFL-CIO, Detroit Regional Chamber, Michigan Realtors, Sierra Club, American Federation of Teachers-Michigan

Michigan Senate 18th District 2014
General Vote: 61,421 of 85,166 (72%)
Primary Vote: 22,088 of 22,088 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: The Michigan League of Conservation Voters, Michigan Townships Association, Michigan Nurses Association, Detroit Regional Chamber, Sierra Club Michigan Chapter, AFL-CIO, American Federation of Teachers-Michigan, AFSCME Council 25, Michigan Bankers Association PAC, Michigan Realtors PAC, MI Women Win, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Michigan NOW, Equality Michigan Pride PAC, County Road Association of Michigan RUSH-PAC, MTA-PAC, MiBankPAC

Michigan Senate 18th District 2010
General Vote: 60,326 of 92,093 (65%)
Primary Vote: 13,113 of 23,560 (55%)

Michigan House 53rd District 2008
General Vote: 37,834 of 48,314 (78%)
Primary Vote: 8,035 of 8,035 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Michigan House 53rd District 2006
General Vote: 26,979 of 33,724 (79%)
Primary Vote: 5,168 of 8,481 (60%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Political Activities: She is currently state lead for the National Conference of Environmental Legislators; the state director of the Women Legislators' Lobby (WiLL/WAND); and a member of Women in Government; the National Conference of State Legislatures, the Council of State Governments Midwestern Legislative Conferences (MLC) and its Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee and Health and Human Services Committee. In addition, she sits on the Executive Committee of the Michigan Democratic Party and is actively involved in the 12 th Congressional District Democratic Organization, the Washtenaw County Democratic Party, and the Ann Arbor City Democratic Party. In the Legislature, she Co-Chairs the Cancer Caucus and the Biotechnology Caucus and is a member of the Progressive Women's Caucus; the Deaf, DeafBlind, and Hard-of-Hearing Caucus; and the Asian Pacific American Caucus. She represents Michigan on the international Great Lakes Commission.

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