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Haley Stevens, former director of workforce development and manufacturing engagement, wins Congressional seat

In a recent article for The Oakland Press, author Mark Cavitt reports Haley Stevens’ win in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District.

Democrat Haley Stevens has defeated Republican Lena Epstein in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District, which stretches from Milford to Canton to Commerce Township.

The 35-year-old Rochester Hills resident finished the night with 52.05 percent of the vote compared to 44.92 percent for Epstein. R-Bloomfield Hills, with all 291 precincts reporting. Vote totals were 179,976 for Stevens and 155,331 for Epstein.

Stevens is the former director of workforce development and manufacturing engagement for the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute. While there, she led a job training program and created the country’s first online certification program for digital manufacturing.

To learn more, read “Democrat Haley Stevens defeats Lena Epstein in 11th Congressional District” from The Oakland Press.