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CAMPBELL, Daniel
Senator from the twenty-fifth district, Arenac and Bay counties, in 1887, was born in Caithnessshire, Scotland, in 1830, has been a resident of Michigan since 1861. By occupation a builder. He has been a member of the city council. Was elected to the Senate of 1887-8 on the Greenback and Republican ticket by a vote of 4,615 to 8,518 for H. M. Wright, Democrat, and 154 for Brent Harding, Prohibitionist. [Bingham Michigan Biographies - Early History with Biographies of State Officer, 1887]

HOOBLER, Samuel R.
Representative in 1887, from Alcona, Arenac and Iosco counties, was born in Middleton, Ohio, October 24, 1844. Taught school in Ohio, and came to Bay City in 1868, and has been engaged in schools, and is a farmer near Worth, Arenac county. Has held local positions. He was elected as a Fusionist. [Bingham Michigan Biographies - Early History with Biographies of State Officer, 1887]




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