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Bolger won re-election to the District 63 Seat in 2010.  He had no primary opposition.  He defeated [[Dave Morgan]] (D) in the general election on [[Michigan House of Representatives elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].
 
Bolger won re-election to the District 63 Seat in 2010.  He had no primary opposition.  He defeated [[Dave Morgan]] (D) in the general election on [[Michigan House of Representatives elections, 2010|November 2, 2010]].
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Revision as of 17:37, 23 December 2010

James Bolger
Jase Bolger.jpg
Michigan House of Representatives District 63
Incumbent
Assumed office
2008
Current term ends
2010
Political party Republican
Profession Co-Founder, Summit Credit Services.
Website House Site

Republican James "Jase" Bolger of Marshall is the current state representative for the 63rd District of the Michigan House of Representatives serving his first term.

Rep. Bolger graduated from Charlotte High School and attended Western Michigan University where he earned his Bachelor's of Business Administration. He achieved dual majors in Finance and Political Science. Rep. Bolger has been married to his high school sweetheart Molly for 15 years. They have two children together, Nicholas and Megan.

Previous offices held

Bolger was previously the Calhoun County, Michigan commissioner.

Political campaign history

Voting record

Key votes of 2009-2010

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  • Super Speedway, Lawmakers voting on whether TO EXTEND A SPECIAL TAX PERK for a super speedway.
  • Driver Responsibility Fees, Lawmakers voting on whether TO IMPOSE 'driver responsibility fees.'
  • Crony Capitalism, Lawmakers voting on whether TO RESTRICT THE RIGHT of shareholders to sell their own stock.
  • Right to Work, Lawmakers voting on an amendment SUPPORTING RIGHT-TO-WORK zones.
  • Dept. of State Cost-Saving, Lawmakers voting on whether TO SLOW DOWN PROGRESS ON THE SECRETARY OF STATE'S COST-SAVING CONSOLIDATION PLAN.
  • Golf Carts, Lawmakers voting on whether TO SUBSIDIZE the production of electric vehicle batteries.
  • Home Court Disadvantage, Lawmakers voting on whether TO GIVE MORE TAXING POWER to local government in Kalamazoo so it can finance a taxpayer-subsidized sports arena.
  • Fire Safe Cigarettes, Lawmakers voting on whether TO BAN the sale of cigarettes that are not "fire safe."
  • Balancing Act, Lawmakers voting on a budget to CUT REVENUE SHARING PAYMENTS to local governments as a way to balance the state budget without raising taxes.
  • Balancing Act 2, Lawmakers voting on a cut of less than 3 percent to K-12 school aid payments so as to balance the state budget without tax increases.
  • A Good Tax Gone Bad?, Lawmakers voting on the Michigan Business Tax.
  • It’s From the Children, Lawmakers voting on whether to RAID $90 MILLION from the Michigan Higher Education Student Loan Authority.
  • Left Behind, Lawmakers voting on whether TO FINANCE "No Worker Left Behind" with a 59.9 percent increase in general fund spending in the 2009 DELEG budget.
  • First Class Schools, Lawmakers voting on whether to keep Detroit Public Schools' "first class" status even though the district no longer meets the population standard.
  • Politically Correct Capitalism, Lawmakers voting on whether to INCREASE SUBSIDIES for plug-in traction battery packs used in electric cars.
  • Politically Correct Capitalism 2, Lawmakers voting on whether to GIVE SUBSIDIES for Michigan film production.
  • Politically Correct Capitalism 3, Lawmakers voting on whether to INCREASE ELECTRIC CAR SUBSIDIES for a subsidiary of a Korean battery company.
  • Secret Ballot, Lawmakers voting on whether to keep a SECRET BALLOT for union elections.
  • Property Taxes Assaulted Again, Lawmakers voting on whether to allow public schools to EXPAND THE USE OF SINKING FUND property tax spending.
  • Sneak Attack, Lawmakers voting on whether to allow public schools to EXPAND THE USE OF SINKING FUND property tax spending.
  • Grapes of Wrath, Lawmakers voting on whether TO BAN home shipment of beer and wine to Michigan consumers.
  • Subsidize Manufacture of Electric Cars, Lawmakers voting on whether to authorize a refundable Michigan Business Tax credit for makers of plug-in traction battery packs used in electric cars.
  • Authorize Special Tax Breaks for Ethanol Gas Stations, Lawmakers voting on whether to authorize a non-refundable Michigan Business Tax credit equal to 30 percent of the costs incurred by a gas station to convert existing pumps and tanks, or acquire new ones that deliver E85 ethanol or biodiesel fuel.


More Voting Record Details

Committee Assignments, 2009-2010

Elections

2010

See also: Michigan House of Representatives elections, 2010

Bolger won re-election to the District 63 Seat in 2010. He had no primary opposition. He defeated Dave Morgan (D) in the general election on November 2, 2010.

Michigan House of Representatives, District 63 General election (2010)
Candidates Votes


Green check mark transparent.png James Bolger (R) 20,935
Dave Morgan (D) 12,408

2008

On November 04, 2008, James Bolger ran for District 63 of the Michigan House of Representatives, beating Phyllis Smith. [1]

James Bolger raised $192,377 for his campaign.[2]

Michigan House of Representatives, District 63
Candidates Votes


Green check mark transparent.png James Bolger (R) 27,641
Phyllis Smith (D) 21,188

Campaign donors

2008

In 2008 James Bolger collected $192,377 in donations. [3]

His five largest contributors in 2008 were:

Donor Amount
Jase Bolger $30,000
Michigan House Republican Campaign Committee $11,576
Michigan 2010 $5,000
Bishop Majority Leadership Fund $5,000
Michigan Association of Realtors $5,000

Campaign contributions

Contributions Report from Michigan Secretary of State

Contact

Rep. James Bolger
N-997 House Office Building
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48933
(517) 373-1787
JamesBolger@house.mi.gov

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