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Tim Greimel
Tim Greimel.jpg
Michigan House of Representatives District 29
In office
Term ends
January 1, 2013
Years in position 3
Base salary$71,865/year
Per diem$10,800 yearly expense allowance
Elections and appointments
First electedFebruary 28, 2012
Next generalNovember 6, 2012
Term limits3 terms
Office website
Campaign website
Tim Greimel is a Democratic member of the Michigan House of Representatives, representing District 29.

He was first elected in the February 28, 2012 special election. The special election was called to fill the vacancy created when Tim Melton (D) resigned in August to take a position at StudentsFirst, a group promoting public education reform.[1]

Greimel was also a Democratic candidate for District 29 in 2010. However, Greimel withdrew from the race prior to the primary on August 3, 2010.



See also: Michigan House of Representatives elections, 2012

Greimel is unopposed in the Democratic primary on August 7.[2]

See also: State legislative special elections, 2012

Greimel defeated Bob Gray (R) in the special election on February 28, 2012. Greimel won by a 7,058-2,114. Both candidates won contested primaries on November 8, 2011.[3][4]

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Preceded by
Tim Melton
Michigan House of Representatives District 29
Succeeded by