Rep. Tommy Brann

(R-Wyoming)
3 Terms
House District 77
1096 HOB
517-373-2277

TommyBrann@house.mi.gov
Official Website

Current Candidate Information

Michigan Senate 28th District Special Election 11/2/2021
Kent (part)

Committee to Elect Tommy Brann for State Senate
R-Wyoming
4335 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49418
(616) 690-7928
tommybrann4senate@gmail.com
Campaign Finance Reports

Primary Vote: 9,272 of 28,160 (32%)

Michigan Senate 29th District
Kent (part)

Committee to Elect Tommy Brann for State Senate
R-Wyoming
4335 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49418
(616) 690-7928
tommybrann4senate@gmail.com
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: ABC of Michigan PAC; County Road Association of Michigan Roads+ PAC (general); Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce PAC; Great Lakes Education Project; Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPAC; Michigan Freedom Network; Michigan Manufacturers Association; Michigan Retailers Association; National Federation of Independent Business-Michigan (general); Right to Life of Michigan PAC

Primary Vote: 20,208 of 20,208 (100%)
General Vote: 39,115 of 98,522 (39%)

Biographical Information

Home Address: 4335 56th St SW, Wyoming, MI  49418
(616) 690-7928
Born: December 23, 1951 in Grand Rapids
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Sue
Children: None
Education: I graduated from East Grand Rapids High School in 1970.
Employment/Military Record: I worked in my dad's restaurant starting at the age of 13. After graduating high school, I opened my own restaurant at 19 that I have operated for over 50 years. I have been a member of the Michigan Volunteer Defense Force for over 15 years.
Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed):
Michigan House 77th District 2020
General Vote: 30,215 of 50,410 (59%)
Primary Vote: 10,576 of 10,576 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Michigan House 77th District 2018
General Vote: 22,514 of 37,597 (59%)
Primary Vote: 8,974 of 9,788 (91%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Right to Life of Michigan, Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPac, County Road Association of Michigan, ABC of Michigan PAC, Great Lakes Education Project, Small Business Association of Michigan, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, National Federation of Independent Business, Michigan Realtors

Michigan House 77th District 2016
General Vote: 27,946 of 42,474 (65%)
Primary Vote: 6,752 of 7,507 (89%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Michigan Freedom Network, Right to Life of Michigan (all candidates in Republican primary endorsed), Builders and Contractors of Michigan PAC; Michigan Chamber of Commerce; Michigan Restaurant Association, Small Business Association of Michigan, Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce PAC, Michigan Realtors RPAC, MiBank PAC, Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPac, the County Road Association of Michigan RUSH-PAC

Michigan Senate 28th District 2014
Withdrew

Community Activities: Metro Health Foundation board member for over 10 years, Former Wyoming Kentwood Chamber of Commerce chairperson and board member, Former Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce Tax Committee member, Former Chairman of the Grand Rapids Community College Culinary Advisory Committee, Former Michigan Restaurant board member, Former Godwin High School Advisory chairperson.
Religion: Catholic

Committee Assignments
Key Legislative Staff
Brandon DuBois-Jones, Legislative Aide/Constituent Services
bduboisjones@house.mi.gov
Drew Jones, Legislative Aide/Policy Services
djones@house.mi.gov

Sponsored Legislation
HJR V
Involuntary Servitude
HB 4074
PA 54
School Curriculum
HB 4120
Weapons
HB 4121
Weapons
HB 4255
Pregnant Women
HB 4256
PA 75
Service Animals
HB 4266
Retirement Calculations
HB 4406
State Police Budget
HB 4466
Military Affairs Budget
HB 4668
Licensed Contractor
HB 4784
Animal Care
HB 4785
Animal Care
HB 4786
Animal Care
HB 4882
Animal Research
HB 5381
Parolees
HB 5443
Child Support
HB 5569
PA 191
Road Patrol
HB 5684
Pet Food
HB 5705
Food Delivery Safety
HB 5732
PA 190
Liquor Control Tax
HB 5752
Local Revitalization Pilot Program
HB 5775
Driver License/Identification Cards
HB 5788
Military and Veterans Affairs Appropriations
HB 5790
State Police Appropriations
HB 5914
Employment Discrimination
HB 5940
Child Abuse/Neglect
HB 6072
Liquor Control
HB 6108
PA 167
Youth Tobacco Act
HB 6109
PA 168
Tobacco
HB 6139
Health Care Corporations
HB 6327
OK2Say
HR 305
Multiple Sclerosis Day
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