Rep. Padma Kuppa

(D-Troy)
2 Terms
House District 41
890 HOB
517-373-1783

PadmaKuppa@house.mi.gov
Official Website

Biographical Information

Home Address: 4275 Marywood, Troy, MI  48085
(248) 930-0478
Born: August 10, 1965 in Bhilai India
Marital Status: Married
Spouse: Sudhakar Tadepalli
Education: Mechanical Engineering, Bachelors - National Institute of Technology Warangal, 1984-88
Employment/Military Record: Ally Financial, FCA, Group 41 Online Marketing, Carlson Marketing and Faculty Student Association at SUNY Stony Brook Kuppa is a mechanical engineer and project manager with a career spanning the higher education, marketing, automotive, financial, and IT sectors. Kuppa has been a civic leader, volunteering with the PTA throughout her children's K-12 education, founding the Troy-area Interfaith Group to bring people of all faiths together, was a Planning Commissioner for City of Troy and served on numerous civic organizations/nonprofit boards, including the Board of the MI Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion and Troy Historical Society.
Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed):
Michigan House 41st District 2020
General Vote: 30,601 of 55,593 (55%)
Primary Vote: 13,793 of 13,793 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Michigan House 41st District 2018
General Vote: 22,320 of 43,490 (51%)
Primary Vote: 10,484 of 10,484 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: AFSCME Council 25, Michigan Association for Justice, AFL-CIO, Sierra Club, American Federation of Teachers-Michigan, Michigan League of Conservation Voters (general election)

Political Activities: Troy Democratic Club Trustee MDP APA Caucus Co-Chair
Community Activities: Troy School District PTA Troy Interfaith Group (founding member) Women's Interfaith Solutions for Dialogue and Outreach I currently serve on the Boards of the Troy Historical Society and the Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion, and the Advisory Council of GLPA-Lead, Troy Community Coaliton for the Prevention of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, and South Asian American Voices for Impact.
Religion: Hindu

Committee Assignments
Key Legislative Staff
Ashleigh Schoeninger, Legislative Aide/Policy Services
aschoeninger@house.mi.gov
Hailey Millican, Legislative Aide/Constituent Services
hmillican@house.mi.gov

Sponsored Legislation
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HB 4362
Absent Voters
HB 4507
Employment Security
HB 4586
Employment Discrimination
HB 4597
Gender Equality
HB 4723
State Pet
HB 4802
EV Charging Stations
HB 4835
Driver License
HB 4895
Pesticide Regulations
HB 4935
Holiday Designation
HB 5198
Gender Neutral Language
HB 5317
Public Schools
HB 5349
Employment Discrimination
HB 5496
Crime Victims
HB 5514
Absent Voter Ballots
HB 5636
Feminine Hygiene
HB 5737
Regional Parks and Recreation
HB 5825
Monitoring Employee Communications
HB 5845
Drug Manufacturers
HB 5846
Public School Academies
HB 6002
No-Fault Insurance
HB 6059
Environmental Rules Special Review Committee
HB 6265
Employment Incentives
HB 6445
Doula Scholarship Fund
HB 6517
Religious Discrimination
HB 6553
Criminal Sexual Conduct
HB 6554
Nursing Homes
HR 57
Water Day
HR 76
Corporate Leadership Data
HR 78
Equal Rights Amendment
HR 101
Paycheck Fairness
HR 102
Asian Pacific Heritage
HR 148
Women's Equality Day
HR 248
Green Card Backlog Resolution
HR 256
Water Day
HR 292
Infrastructure Task Force
HR 298
Direct Support Professionals Recognition
HR 339
Date Designation
HR 360
online disinformation
HR 396
Bangladesh Genocide of 1971
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