Jack Brandenburg

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Jack Brandenburg (born October 22, 1951) is a Michigan State Senator. He was elected to office in 2010. Previously he had served for six years as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives and a member of that body's appropriations committee.

Brandenburg was born in Canton, Ohio. He has a bachelors degree from Ashland University.

Brandenburg is a businessman who founded and owns Blue Water Industrial Supply, a company headquartered in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Brandenburg lives in Harrison Township, Michigan.

Prior to his election to the state house of representatives in 2002 Brandenburg had served as a member of the board of the Huron-Clinton Metro Parks Authority.

Brandenburg and his wife Karen Linenger are the parents of 4 children. Brandenburg is a Roman Catholic.[citation needed]

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