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Sen. Paul Wojno is a lifelong resident of our great state. He was born in Detroit, and he later moved to Center Line in Macomb County.

Wojno proudly served in the Michigan House of Representatives from 1997 to 2002, and he was vice chairman of both the Regulatory Reform and the Insurance and Financial Services Committees. In addition, he was a member of Health Policy, Judiciary, Oversight and Ethics, and Tax Policy Committees.

He also served as House Majority and Minority Whip. In 2000, Wojno was named Democrat of the Year by the Warren/Center Line Democrats for his involvement in championing issues on behalf of Veteran Services, Women’s Rights, Senior Citizens, Equality and Social Justice, and Environmental Safety.

Prior to the Michigan House of Representatives, Wojno worked as executive administrator for the City of Warren. From 2002 to 2007, he coordinated the district office for State Senator Dennis Olshove. In 2007, 2011 and 2015, Wojno was honored to be elected Warren City Clerk and was nominated by the Michigan Municipal Clerks Association in 2012 as one of the top five municipal clerks in the State of Michigan.

Wojno is a graduate of Center Line High School. He attended Macomb Community College, the University of Michigan, and earned his bachelor’s degree from Wayne State University.

He and his wife, Lisa, live in Warren with their children Kennedy, Bradley and Audrey. They also have three dogs, Daisy, Parker and Buddy.

District: 9
Terms Elected: 1996 (House), 2018 (Senate)
Area Represented: Macomb county and includes: Center Line City, Clinton Township, Eastpointe City, Fraser City, Roseville City and Warren City
Committees: Elections, Health Policy and Human Services

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