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You are Viewing an Archived IssuePosted: 01/22/14
PETER J. LUCIDO
Peter Lucido announces forPeter J. Lucido has announced that he is a candidate for Michigan State Representative, District 36, in the upcoming Aug. 5 primary election.
District 36 state rep seat
Lucido, a Republican, is running for the open seat currently held by Pete Lund, who is leaving due to term limits.
"After careful consideration and discussion with family, friends and past and present elected officials, I have decided to run for State Representative for District 36 serving the Townships of Shelby, Washington and Bruce, and the Village of Romeo," said Lucido.
Lucido is a Shelby Township resident and lifelong Macomb County resident. He is also founder of Lucido and Manzella, P.C., a law firm in Macomb County since 1990.
"As a small business owner, I truly understand what it takes to run a successful business and balance the books," said Lucido. "Hiking taxes is not an option in my plan."
Lucido is one of eight children raised in Macomb County. His father, Peter J. Lucido Sr., was known as "The Green Grocer," who later co-founded Lucido's Insurance Agency, Inc. He and his brothers worked with their father, afterwhich he started his first business, Red's Watermelon.
Lucido holds four college degrees; an associate's degree in general studies from Macomb Community College, a bachelor's degree in Public Administration and Business from Oakland University, a master's degree in Business from Central Michigan University and a J.D. from Detroit College of Law, now known as Michigan State University College of Law.
Lucido also acquired licenses in insurance, real estate and securities.
Lucido was inducted into the Macomb County Foundation's Hall of Fame in 2003, an award that honors individuals and organizations that have made contributions to improving the economic, family and community life of Macomb County. He has also served on numerous boards, worked with chambers of commerce and is the founder and publisher of Macomb Now Magazine.
Lucido has been married for 23 years to his wife, AnnMarie, and they have three children - Briana, Nina and Peter.
"My large extended family of brothers and sisters are in full support of my commitment to represent District 36 in Lansing, as they believe I will humbly serve this proud community," said Lucido.