Tom Cochran (politician)

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Tom Cochran
Member of the MichiganHouseofRepresentatives
from the 67th district
In office
January 1, 2013 January 1, 2019
Preceded by Barb Byrum
Succeeded by Kara Hope
Personal details
Born Lansing, Michigan
Political party Democratic
Residence Mason, Michigan
Alma mater Siena Heights University
OccupationFirefighter, politician
Website State Rep. Tom Cochran

Tom Cochran is a Democratic politician from Michigan having served in the Michigan House of Representatives. Prior to his election to the House in 2012, Cochran served as a firefighter and retired as chief of the Lansing Fire Department in January 2012. [1] He is also a former member of the Mason School Board.

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Preceded by
Barbara Byrum
Michigan State Representative, 67th District
Succeeded by
Kara Hope