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Sneller, Fisher vie for 50th district State House Seat


Tim grew up in Genesee County, graduating from Bentley High School in Burton. He went on to work at the Flint General Motors Truck and Assembly Plant and became an alternate committeeman. During this time he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan. Following an internship in the Michigan State Senate, Sneller then left GM and began his 30 plus year public service career as legislative aide to multiple State Representatives and Senators and during this time, added a secondary teaching certification to the B.A. degree he completed in 1985. Sneller then turned his focus to the Michigan House of Representatives, working for the citizens of Burton, Grand Blanc, Mundy Township, Davison, Flint, and other areas in Genesee County while working as legislative aide to multiple State Representatives. Currently, Sneller is serving his first term in the House of Representatives, representing the 50th House District, which includes the cities of Grand Blanc and Burton, as well as Grand Blanc and Mundy townships. He currently 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, and deep roots in the community, Sneller has hit the ground running in the Michigan House of Representatives and is working hard to serve his home community. He can be contacted at 810-569-6343 or by email at sneller4rep@gmail.com.


Trace Fisher is a Traffic Manager at a steel Company in Wixom, MI. and has worked in the Steel and Transportation industry for seven years. After graduating from Grand Blanc High School in 2005, he went on to be a student athlete at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Since then he has been a coach and mentor for youth the last nine years. He’s most proud of his work in helping to rebuild the Flint Metro PAL Organization in an effort to ensure that the inner-city youth have as many opportunities as possible. Fisher enjoys sports and the valuable lessons they teach. When he isn’t coaching or watching the Lions, he enjoys raising his two sons Graham (8) and Lyndon (5). He is a foodie with an avid appreciation and respect for the culinary arts. He can be contacted at 810-922-2679 or Tracefisher75@gmail.com.

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