Tim Sneller

Michigan House of Representatives, District 50

Winner!

Tim will continue to be a voice for the LGBTQ community in Michigan

Biography

Tim Sneller has lived in Genesee County his whole life. He worked at the Flint General Motors Truck and Assembly Plant following high school graduation and became an alternate committeeman and proud member of UAW Local 598. Tim then began his studies at the University of Michigan – Flint, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. Tim then left GM and began his 34 year public service career as legislative aide to State Rep. Bob Emerson. He continued his service to Genesee County residents by joining the staff of State Sen. John D. Cherry, Jr., later working on his transition to Lt. Governor for the state of Michigan. During this time, Tim resumed his studies at UofM-Flint and earned a secondary teaching certification. In 2005, Tim began working at the Michigan House of Representatives and worked for numerous Genesee County legislators, including State Reps. Charles Smiley, Rick Hammel, Lee Gonzales and Brenda Clack. In 2016, Tim decided to run for the Michigan House of Representatives and won! He currently represents the 50th House District, which includes the cities of Grand Blanc and Burton, and Grand Blanc and Mundy townships. He serves on the Energy Policy, Agriculture, and Financial Liability Reform committees, as well as the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules. With over three decades of experience, broad knowledge of both state and local government issues, and deep roots in Genesee County, Tim continues to work hard to serve his constituents and community.

Importance of Candidacy:

  • Tim will continue to be a voice for the LGBTQ community in Michigan.

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