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Rep. Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick (D-Mich.)

District: 13th District
Political Highlights: Mich. House, 1979-97; candidate for Detroit City Council, 1991; sought Democratic nomination for Mich. Senate, 1994; U.S. House of Representatives, 1997-2011
Born: June 25, 1945; Detroit, Mich.
Residence: Detroit
Religion: African Methodist Episcopal
Family: Divorced; two children
Education: Ferris State College, A.A. 1965; Western Michigan U., B.S. 1968; U. of Michigan, M.A. 1972
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1996 (7th term)
Committee Assignments: Appropriations (Defense; Transportation-HUD)

Election History
2008generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 167,48174.1
Edward Gubics (R) 43,09819.1
George Corsetti (GREEN) 9,5794.2
Gregory Creswell (LIBERT) 5,7642.6
2006generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 126,308100.0
2004generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 173,24678.2
Cynthia Cassell (R) 40,93518.5
Thomas Lavigne (GREEN) 4,2611.9
Eric Gordon (LIBERT) 3,2111.5
2002generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 120,86991.6
Raymond Warner (LIBERT) 11,0728.4
2000generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 140,60988.6
Chrysanthea Boyd-Fields (R) 14,3369.0
Raymond Warner (LIBERT) 1,6901.1
Robert Thomas (USTAX) 1,4020.9
Gregory Smith (NL) 7140.5
1998generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 108,58287.0
Chrysanthea Boyd-Fields (R) 12,88710.3
Linda Willey (LIBERT) 1,4851.2
Gregory Smith (NL) 1,0980.9
Holly Harkness (SW) 8080.6
1996generalCarolyn Kilpatrick (D) 143,68388.4
Stephen Hume (R) 16,0099.8
Raymond Warner (LIBERT) 1,3570.8
Kevin Carey (WW) 8860.5
Gregory Smith (NL) 6560.4
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Michigan is 7th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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