Senate Majority Floor Leader Sam Singh

(D-East Lansing)
8 Years
Senate District 28
S-8 C
Official Website

Biographical Information

Born: March 4, 1971 in Livonia
Marital Status: Married
Spouse/Partner: Kerry Ebersole Singh
Education: Bachelor's degree in History from Michigan State University with a Global Specialization
Employment/Military Record: CEO, Public Policy Associates (2019 to present); State Representative (2013-2018); Senior Consultant, New Economy Initiative (2009-2012); President and CEO, Michigan Nonprofit Association (1997-2007) Executive Director, Volunteer Centers of Michigan (1994-1997)
Community Activities: Served on the board of more than 20 nonprofit organizations including the Lansing Refugee Center, Youth Solutions, Capitol Area United Way, Capital Region Community Foundation and the Michigan State University National Student Affairs Advisory Board. Sam is a gubernatorial appointee to the Michigan Community Service Commission.

Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed)

Senate (1/1/2023 - 12/31/2026)
Senate Majority Floor Leader (1/1/2023 - 12/31/2024)
House Minority Leader (1/1/2017 - 12/31/2018)
House Minority Floor Leader (1/1/2015 - 12/31/2016)
House (1/1/2013 - 12/31/2018)
Other Offices: East Lansing City Council 1995-2005; East Lansing Mayor, 2005-2007

Elections and Political Participation

Michigan Senate 28th District 2022
General Vote: 65,537 of 117,444 (55%)
Primary Vote: 25,651 of 28,692 (89%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: AFL-CIO Michigan; American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 25; American Federation of Teachers Michigan; County Road Association of Michigan Roads+ PAC (primary); Detroit Regional Chamber PAC (primary); Michigan Association for Justice; Michigan Education Association PAC; Michigan League of Conservation Voters (primary); Michigan Manufacturers Association; Michigan Nurses Association (primary); Michigan Realtors; Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights; Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan; Voters Not Politicians (primary)

Michigan House 69th District 2016
General Vote: 29,366 of 42,951 (68%)
Primary Vote: 6,150 of 6,150 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Sierra Club Michigan Chapter, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan, Michigan Nurses Association, Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPac Committee, AFSCME, Michigan AFL-CIO, the County Road Association of Michigan RUSH-PAC, Detroit Regional Chamber PAC, United Auto Workers, Michigan Agri-Business Association AGRI-BIZ PAC, Michigan Realtors RPAC, Michigan Education Association, Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters, MiBank PAC

Michigan House 69th District 2014
General Vote: 18,476 of 27,235 (67%)
Primary Vote: 6,204 of 6,204 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Michigan Milk Producers Association, Michigan League of Conservation Voters, United Auto Workers, Sierra Club of Michigan, Michigan Nurses Association, Detroit Regional Chamber, Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPAC, AFL-CIO, Michigan Townships Association Political Action Committee, American Federation of Teachers-Michigan, AFSCME Council 25, Michigan Education Association PAC recommendation, Michigan Licensed Beverage Association

Michigan House 69th District 2012
General Vote: 26,200 of 40,372 (64%)
Primary Vote: 4,714 of 8,920 (52%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Political Activities: Former vice chair, Ingham County Democratic Party; co-founder of the Michigan Indian-American Democratic Caucus; member of Michigan Democratic Party

Committee Assignments
Key Legislative Staff
Molly Korn, Chief of Staff
Kris Young, Legislative Director
Adam Reames, Majority Floor Director
Julia Schmidt, Scheduler and Constituent Services Manager
Victoria Schmitz, Constituent Services and District Outreach Manager

Sponsored Legislation
SB 74
Sexual Discrimination and Harassment
SB 86
Service of Process
SB 127
Charitable Organizations
SB 129
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
SB 158
Sales Tax Exemptions
SB 159
Use Tax Exemption
SB 160
Use Tax
SB 273
Public Utilities
SB 275
Air Pollution
SB 280
Health Screenings
SB 281
Health Insurance
SB 288
Energy Assistance Program
SB 299
Wastewater Treatment
SB 300
Wastewater Treatment
SB 326
Use Tax
SB 342
Agricultural Equipment
SB 369
SB 378
Insurance Producers
SB 379
Disabled Veterans
SB 417
Housing Development Authority
SB 446
SB 447
Aviation Fuel
SB 455
Disabled Veterans
SB 465
SB 519
SB 564
Travel Aids
SB 565
Sentencing Guidelines
SB 566
Transit Lanes
SB 574
Veteran Benefits
SB 579
Strategic Fund
SB 581
Revenue Distribution
SB 614
Candidate Personal Finances
SB 626
Occupations - Psychologists
SB 651
Tobacco Products
SB 652
SB 678
Death with Dignity
SB 691
Associations and Commissions
SB 692
Child Care
SB 695
Adult Foster Care
SB 701
Health Facilities
SB 702
Occupations - Cosmetologists
SB 703
Occupations - Cosmetologists
SB 704
Waste Management
SB 718
Recreation Passports
SB 720
Financial Aid
SB 866
Service Animal Deaths
SB 879
Financial Assistance
SB 880
Financial Assistance
SB 882
Food Processors
SB 919
SR 1
SR 2
Standing Rules
SR 31
Week Designation
SR 112
Month Designation
Session Adjournment
Joint Rules
Joint Convention Rules
Joint Convention
Legislative Schedule
Legislative Schedule
SCR 13
Joint Convention
SCR 15
Legislative Schedule
SCR 18
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