Senator Mike Green
Mike Green was elected to the Michigan Senate on November 2, 2010. He proudly represents the 31st District which includes Arenac, Bay, Huron, Sanilac and Tuscola counties.
Prior to his election to the Senate, he owned and operated a successful business, Green's Log Rails and Custom Log Furniture, from 2003-2010.
From 1995-2001, Mike was the state representative for the 84th District in the Michigan House of Representatives. He worked hard to strengthen the Right-to-Farm Act, modernize the Michigan drain code, expand natural resources preservation and recreational opportunities, and enhance the freedoms of Michigan gunowners.
During his service in the House, he was awarded two "Silver Plow" awards from the Michigan Farm Bureau and given the highest recognitions from the National Federation of Independent Business, the Michigan United Conservation Clubs, Safari Club International and the Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners.
Before serving in the legislature, Mike was a tool and die maker at General Motors, retiring with 30 years in the skilled trades. While working at GM, he also operated a family farm for 17 years and served his local community as a county commissioner for 8 years.
Mike has been married to wife Paula for 43 years. They have five adult children and 20 grandchildren. They reside in Mayville, Michigan.
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