• 2013 Detroit Mayoral Candidates: John Olumba

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    State Representative, 2013 Detroit Mayoral Candidate John Olumba showed up to the #WCHB studio to speak with the citizens of Detroit regarding his run for Mayor of Detroit. During that time he also addressed the recent scrutiny he has been under by the media, citizens, and even his own peers for missing several House meetings. Click the player below to hear what he had to say… 

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    Full Name:           John Olumba

    Office:        State House (MI) – District 3, Democratic

    First Elected:       11/02/2010

    Last Elected:       11/06/2012

    Birth Date: 07/12/1981Next Election:      2014

    Birth Place:         Detroit, MI

    Home City:Detroit, MI

    Education

    JD, Northern IllinoisUniversityCollege of Law, 2007

    BA, Economics and Political Science, University of Michigan, 2003

    Attended, Law, UniversityCollege of London

    Political Experience

    Changed Party, From Democratic to Independent, February 2013

    Representative, Michigan State House of Representatives, 2010-present

    Candidate, Michigan House of Representatives, District 5, 2008

    Current Legislative Committees

    Criminal Justice, Member

    Insurance, Member

    Oversight, Vice Chair

    Professional Experience

    Clerk, Brookins and Wilson

    Organizations

    Member, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

    Member, Vernon Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Member, Men’s Choir, Vernon Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Member, Men’s Fellowship, Vernon Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Sunday School Teacher, Vernon Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church
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