Joe Hune

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
The Honorable
Joe Hune
Member of the Michigan Senate
from the 22nd district
Incumbent
Assumed office
January 1, 2011
Preceded by Valde Garcia
Member of the Michigan House of Representatives
from the 47th district
In office
January 1, 2003 – December 31, 2006
Preceded by Rose Bogardus
Succeeded by Cindy Denby
Personal details
Born (1980-05-29) May 29, 1980 (age 34)
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Marcia
Residence Hamburg Township, Michigan
Website State Sen. Joe Hune

Joe Hune (born May 29, 1980) is a politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.

Birth[edit]

Joe Hune was born on 29 May 1980.[1]

Education[edit]

Joe Hune received his education from the following institutions:

  • Graduated, Fowlerville Community Schools, 1998
  • Graduated, B.S. Financial Planning, Cleary University
  • Attended, Agricultural Business/Animal Science, Michigan State University
  • Attended, Lansing Community College[1]

Organizations[edit]

Joe Hune has been a member to the following organizations:

  • Member, Howell Jaycees
  • Member, Livingston County 4-H
  • Member, Livingston Association of Realtors
  • Member, Livingston County Farm Bureau
  • Member, Michigan Association of Realtors
  • Member, St. Agnes Church[1]

Professional experience[edit]

Joe Hune has had the following professional experience:

  • Page, Michigan State House of Representatives, 1998
  • Agricultural Business Owner
  • Journal Clerk, Michigan State House of Representatives
  • Livestock Judge
  • Real Estate Agent[1]


Joe Hune is currently in his second term as Michigan’s 22nd District State Senator. Which covers Livingston County (Brighton Township, Cohoctah, Conway, Deerfield, Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg, Handy, Hartland Township, Howell Township, Iosco Marion, Oceola, Putnam, Tyron and Unadilla, the villages of Hartland, Hell, Fowlerville, Lakeland, Parshallville, Pinckney, and Whitmore Lake and the cities of Brighton and Howell.) Western Washtenaw County, (Bridgewater, Dexter Township, Freedom, Lima, Lodi, Lyndon, Manchester, Northfield, Saline Township, Scio, Sharon, Sylvan and Webster, the village of Manchester and the Cities of Chelsea and Dexter.) He is chairperson of the Senate Agriculture and Insurance Committees.

First elected in 2010 he took office in January 2011 and Michigan’s 22nd District State Senator. Which covered Livingston County (Brighton Township, Cohoctah, Conway, Deerfield, Genoa, Green Oak, Hamburg, Handy, Hartland Township, Howell Township, Iosco Marion, Oceola, Putnam, Tyron and Unadilla, the villages of Hartland, Hell, Fowlerville, Lakeland, Parshallville, Pinckney, and Whitmore Lake [Partial] and the cities of Brighton and Howell.) Shiawassee County (Antrim, Bennington, Burns, Caledonia, Fairfield, Hazelton, Middlebury, New Haven, Owosso Township, Perry Township, Rush, Sciota, Shiawassee, Venice, Vernon Township, and Woodhull, Villages of Bancroft, Bryon, Henderson, Lennon [Partial], Morrice, New Lothrop, Vernon and Shaftsburg, and the cities of Corunna, Durand, Laingsburg, Owosso and Perry. A portion of Southern Ingham County, (Bunker Hill, Leslie Township, Stockbridge Township, and Vevay, the village of Stockbridge and the cities of Leslie and Mason.)Hune is appointed as chairperson of the Senate Agriculture, Insurance and Redistricting committees, and serves on the Health Policy and Regulatory Reform committee.

Before become a senator, Joe Hune was a in the Michigan House of Representatives from Michigan’s 47th district Livingston County [Partial] (Townships of Conway, Cohoctah, Deerfield, Hartland, Howell, Handy, Iosco, Unadilla, Hamburg and Tyrone, Villages of Hartland, Hell, Fowlerville, Parshallville and Pinckney and the city of Howell. First elected in 2002 to the Michigan House of Representatives at the age of 22, it an intense primary, Hune lost by one vote after a re-count Hune won by two votes.

http://www.senatorjoehune.com/

See also[edit]

Illegal immigration

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Senator Joe Hune's Biography". Project Vote Smart. Retrieved 29 September 2012. 

External links[edit]

http://www.senatorjoehune.com/