ⓘ Andrew Johnson (Michigan politician)


ⓘ Andrew Johnson (Michigan politician)

Andrew Johnson was a member of the Michigan House of Representatives who served from 1942 to 1943.

Johnson was born in Kent, Michigan. Johnson was Congregationalist. Johnson married Garnett Daley in 1915. Together they had five children. Johnson was publisher of the newspaper. In 1948, Johnson was the alternate delegate to Republican national Convention from Michigan. In 1950, Johnson was in the County of benzie Chairman of the Republican party. Johnson date of death unknown.

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