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|Michigan House of Representatives District 27|
|Date of birth||03/30/1945|
|Place of birth||Milwaukee, WI|
Wierzbicki's website highlights the following campaign themes:
IT IS The Economy
- Excerpt:"Michigan needs jobs, and the State does not create jobs. That is the function of the Private Sector. The State's job is to stay out of the way and to make business conditions favorable for the private sector to grow and hire more."
Public Sector/Teacher Pension Reform
- Excerpt:"It is time for us to make the change to the much less expensive pension program for newly hired teachers. The State Senate proposed this in the last session, but the State House neglected to follow suit. You know where I stand on this issue."
Second Amendment Rights
- Excerpt:"I support the right to keep and bear arms. The more citizens who have the opportunity to own a firearm, the safer we all are."
Wierzbicki ran in the 2012 election for Michigan House of Representatives District 27. He ran against Roland R. Fraschetti, Peter A. Rubino, and Brad Templeman in the Libertarian primary on August 7. The general election takes place on November 6, 2012. 
Wierzbicki has a wife, Pat.
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- Official campaign website
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- John Wierzbicki on LinkedIn
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