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About Mark Brewer
has clearly demonstrated that he
is effective, brilliant and loyal - passionately committed to the Democratic
- Governor Jennifer Granholm, Detroit News, January 6, 2005
"Mark Brewer has clearly been the most effective state Democratic chairman his party has had since Neil Staebler in the 1950s.
- Bill Ballenger, MIRS, December 1, 2008
"Michigan Democratic Chairman Mark Brewer
is in a small group of long-serving, highly regarded chairmen.
- Campaign and Elections, April, 2006
High School, Brewer obtained his A.B. with Honors from
Brewer received his start in politics as a summer intern for Congressman David Bonior in 1977 and was involved in every reelection campaign of Congressman Bonior until 2000.
From 1984 until 1993, Brewer served as President of the Clinton Township Democratic Club.
The largest Township in
In 1983, Brewer also became a member of the former 12th Congressional District Democratic Committee, and joined the Executive Board in 1987.
In 1992, he
received the Committee's
first Outstanding Service Award for his
In 1993, Brewer
was elected Chair of the 10th District, the successor to the 12th District following reapportionment.
Brewer also has been a member of the
acomb County Democratic Committee
since 1982, and an Executive Committee member from 1986 until 1997.
He was elected Treasurer in 1990 and served in that role until 1993.
In addition to these activities, Brewer has served as a Precinct Delegate, been active in
In February 1995, Brewer
was elected Chair of the
Brewer was a delegate to the 1996, 2000, 2004, and 2008 Democratic National Conventions and served as Chair of the
was also the principal author of the
has also expanded the Party's constituencies, improved its fundraising, revised the
DP's Rules, upgraded its technology and has expanded the
communications and research efforts.
has testified on election and campaign finance issues before the
Brewer has also been a guest lecturer on political parties and the political process at