Brandon Dillon, Chair of the Michigan Democratic Party
For over a decade, Brandon Dillon has served as a champion for Michigan Democrats. Representing Kent County as a commissioner and Grand Rapids as a state representative, Brandon has been a leading voice and advocate for progressive causes, public education, labor, women's issues, LGBT rights, and Michigan's middle class.
A west Michigan native, Brandon has a keen understanding of local issues throughout our state and brings to the Party a demonstrated ability to win races in competitive districts, including his own hard-fought victory to serve his first term in the state house. He has also worked as campaign chair for the Michigan House Democrats recruiting candidates, fundraising, and overseeing contests throughout the state.
Married to Tammy and a father to twin boys and a daughter, Brandon is committed to building a Michigan where families are offered every opportunity to thrive.
Brandon is a graduate of Aquinas College with a Master's Degree in Political Science from Northeastern University. Prior to serving as an elected official, he interned for US Senator Edward Kennedy and worked for State Senator Jim Barcia.