Aug 17 2017
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PRESS RELEASE – August 17, 2017

(West Bloomfield, MI) Marsha Kosmatka formally announced today her candidacy to serve the people of Michigan’s 39th House District as their next State Representative. She is seeking the seat currently held by State Representative Klint Kesto, who is term limited. The primary election will be held on August 7, 2018.

Kosmatka, 45, a conservative Republican and lifelong resident of the district, was raised in Wolverine Lake and graduated from Walled Lake Western HS. She also graduated from Central Michigan University with a business degree in 1994 and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law in 1997. Marsha currently resides in West Bloomfield. Her father Ron, and late mother Carol, owned an automotive machine shop in the district and were very active members of the community.

Marsha served as an Assistant Oakland County Prosecutor where she prosecuted misdemeanor and felony cases, spending over 3 years as a Special Prosecutor in the Domestic Violence unit. She is currently an attorney with her own practice and handles a wide variety of cases. She was a founding member of the West Bloomfield Rotary and an active volunteer with the American Legion Auxiliary, Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary and Fraternal Order of Police. Marsha is a competitive marksman and strong supporter of 2nd amendment rights.

“I am excited about the opportunity to serve and represent the people of our area in the Michigan legislature,” Kosmatka said. “I am fortunate to have grown up here and learned the values that make this the best place to live, work and raise a family. I am committed to working with leaders from all political persuasions and from all parts of the state to create more economic opportunities for all who seek them.”