Phil Pavlov

Biographical Information

Born: May 26, 1963 in Port Huron
Marital Status: Single
Children: Lindsey and Anson
Education: Graduated St. Clair High School, studied business administration at St. Clair Community College
Employment/Military Record: For 14 years, Senator Pavlov owned and operated Dexter Equipment Company, specializing in medium to heavy duty truck sales and heavy equipment repair.
Community Activities: St. Mary's Catholic Church; National Rifle Association; Blue Water Sportsmen's Association; and Knights of Columbus
Religion: Catholic

Governmental Leadership (Elected or Appointed)

Senate (1/1/2011 - 12/31/2018)
House (1/1/2005 - 12/31/2010)
Other Offices: Former St. Clair County Commissioner (2003-04); state representative, 2005-10; state senator, 2011-present

Elections and Political Participation

U.S. House 10th District 2016
Primary Vote: 22,019 of 79,346 (27%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Right to Life of Michigan (all candidates in Republican primary endorsed), Michigan Agri-Business Association AGRI-BIZ PAC, Associated Builders and Contractors of Michigan Political Action Committee, National Association of Realtors PAC

Michigan Senate 25th District 2014
General Vote: 46,553 of 83,385 (55%)
Primary Vote: 19,206 of 19,206 (100%)
Campaign Finance Reports
Endorsements: Michigan Farm Bureau AgriPAC, Michigan Townships Association, Michigan Manufacturers Association, Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, Great Lakes Education Project, Right to Life of Michigan, National Federation of Independent Business of Michigan, Small Business Association of Michigan Small BIZ PAC, Michigan Bankers Association PAC, Michigan Realtors PAC, Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Michigan Licensed Beverage Association, County Road Association of Michigan RUSH-PAC, MTA-PAC, MiBankPAC

Michigan Senate 25th District 2010
General Vote: 52,339 of 78,731 (66%)
Primary Vote: 14,632 of 35,251 (41%)

Michigan House 81st District 2008
General Vote: 30,125 of 46,882 (64%)
Primary Vote: 9,071 of 10,524 (86%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Michigan House 81st District 2006
General Vote: 22,365 of 37,181 (60%)
Primary Vote: 6,696 of 7,805 (85%)
Campaign Finance Reports

Michigan House 81st District 2004
General Vote: 26,277 of 46,567 (56%)
Primary Vote: 6,748 of 7,942 (84%)

Political Activities: Served on St. Clair County Economic Development Alliance, St. Clair County Retirement Board, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, Metropolitan Planning Commission; member, Talent Investment Board, MEDC; and, Michigan Commissioner, Education Commission of the States;

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