| Jennifer Haase|
| Andrea LaFontaine|
| March 6, 1987 (age 28)
New Baltimore, Michigan (1987-03-06) |
Central Michigan University, Richmond High School
Andrea LaFontaine Wikipedia
Andrea LaFontaine (born 1987) is an American politician from the state of Michigan. A Republican, she was elected to the Michigan State House of Representatives in 2010, representing the 32nd State House District, which includes portions of northeastern Macomb County and four rural townships in St. Clair County.
Andrea LaFontaine was born in New Baltimore, Michigan. Circa 1995, she moved to Richmond Township, Macomb County, Michigan, and graduated from Richmond High School in 2005. She received a Bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University in 2009 — with concentrations in political science, legal studies, and leadership studies — and completed a Masters of Public Administration in 2011. She currently resides in Columbus Township, St. Clair County, Michigan.
For nearly a decade, LaFontaine worked as a waitress at Ken's Country Kitchen in Richmond. She was also an intern in the office of State Senator Alan Sanborn.
LaFontaine narrowly won against four opponents in the Republican Party Primary election in August 2010. She defeated Democratic Party incumbent Jennifer Haase with 16,101 votes to 14,354 votes. Libertarian Party candidate Scott Dudek had 1,367 votes.
LaFontaine is pro-life and does not support abortion under any circumstances. She is pro-gun rights: a member of National Rifle Association (NRA) and Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners (MCRGO). She opposes taxes on businesses, advocating repeal of the Michigan Business Tax.