Rebekah Warren

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Rebekah Warren

Template:TOCnestleft Rebekah Warren (born November 25, 1971) has served as a State Senator representing the 18th District of Michigan since Jan. 1, 2011. She was a State Representative representing the 53rd District of Michigan from Jan. 1, 2007 - Dec. 31, 2010.

Early Life

Warren was raised in Owosso, Michigan, and attended the University of Michigan, majoring in political science.

Political Career

In 1993 Warren joined the staff of State Representative Mary Schroer of Ann Arbor, Michigan and later that of State Representative Hubert Price of Pontiac, Michigan. From 1999 to 2006 she was the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Michigan, the state affiliate of NARAL Pro-Choice America. NOW of Michigan named her "Legislator of the Year" in 2009.

Supported Progressive Health Care Reform

In late 2009, Rebekah Warren was one of more than 1,000 state legislators to sign a letter entitled "State Legislators for Progressive Health Care Reform". The letter was a project of the Progressive States Network and was developed in consultation with national health care reform advocates, including the AFL-CIO, AFSCME, Community Catalyst, Families USA, Herndon Alliance, National Women's Law Center, Northeast Action, SEIU, and Universal Health Care Action Network. The letter reads in part,[1]

"Failure to pass national comprehensive health reform now will further jeopardize state and local budgets, undermining public services like education, public safety, and transportation infrastructure... We, the undersigned, call on President Obama and the Congress to enact bold and comprehensive health care reform this year – based on these principles and a strong federal-state collaboration – and pledge our support as state legislators and allies in pursuit of guaranteed, high quality, affordable health care for all."



The following organizations endorsed Warren in her 2010 run for State Senate:[2]


The following endorsed Warren in her 2010 run for State Senate:[4][5][6]

Washtenaw County Commissioners:

Ann Arbor City Council Members: