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|Michigan House of Representatives District 76|
She is a caseworker for a non-profit employee support organization.
Brinks is running in the 2012 election for Michigan House of Representatives District 76. She had to receive a minimum of 1000 votes in the primary on August 7 to get on the general election ballot in November, and she far surpassed that number, amassing more than 25,000. The general election takes place on November 6, 2012.
Schmidt and Speaker of the House Jase Bolger became engulfed by controversy in July 2012 as a result of Schimdt's decision to become a Republican. Brinks has stated of her recruitment, "I know this is going to be a tremendous challenge. I'm not a politician. I've never run for office before. All I can do is pledge to you that I will do all I possibly can to win this race. I promise that I will restore honesty and integrity to this seat and I will represent you in the way that you expect and deserve."
Brinks is a married mother of three.
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