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Andrew J. Deloney
Mr. Deloney was originally appointed as an Administrative Commissioner to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission on June 10, 2011 by Gov. Rick Snyder for a four-year term, and was re-appointed April 24, 2015 for a second four-term that expires on June 12, 2019. At the time of both of his appointments, Gov. Snyder designated him Chairman. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Deloney served as Vice President of Public Affairs for the Michigan Restaurant Association (MRA), a position he held since 2003. In that role, he oversaw the legislative, regulatory, and political operations of a trade association widely and consistently considered to be one of the most powerful and influential in Lansing. In addition to the MRA earning plaudits under his leadership, Mr. Deloney was voted numerous times by Lansing insiders to be one of Lansing’s top individual lobbyists. Before his time at the MRA, he was the assistant state director for Michigan’s arm of the National Federal of Independent Business, an advocacy organization for small and independent business owners. Mr. Deloney also previously served as a legislative assistant in the Michigan House of Representatives, performing policy duties for two state representatives. Mr. Deloney earned a bachelor’s degree in political science with a concentration in public service from Albion College in Albion, Michigan. He resides in White Lake in the Detroit area with his wife, Tammy, and daughters, Audrey and Abigail.