Sen. Marshall Bullock began his path to public service at an early age.
The lifelong Detroiter learned the basics of serving people, family and communities as an Eagle Scout.
Bullock has dedicated nearly three decades of his career to improving the lives of youth through social work and as a juvenile justice advocate.
He also was a key member of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration, where he served as a district manager tasked with bringing residents together, combating blight and, ultimately, building stronger neighborhoods.
Bullock continues to stand up for Detroit families and seniors in the state Senate, where he is focused on providing kids with a world-class education, making commonsense reforms to auto insurance, and fighting for accessible, affordable health care and mental health programs.
Bullock is a graduate of Detroit Public Schools. He earned a degree in human services from the University of Phoenix.
He and his wife, Angela, live in Detroit with their three children, Maya and twins Marshall III and Layla.
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