State Sen. Ed McBroom serves the Upper Peninsula’s 38th Senate District and is Caucus Dean.
McBroom chairs the Senate Natural Resources and Oversight committees.
McBroom is a fourth-generation dairy farmer, and operates his family’s 100-year-old farm, which in addition to raising Holsteins, also grows corn, wheat, and hay. He previously served a full three terms in the state House of Representatives from 2011-2016.
He is active in the community, serving on the U.P. State Fair Authority, as dairy superintendent of the Dickinson County Fair, and Director of the Norway City Band. He also directs music at the First Baptist Church of Norway.
McBroom holds bachelor’s degrees in Music Education and Social Studies Secondary Education from Northern Michigan University.
He and his wife Sarah have five children and they reside in Waucedah.
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