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2/26/93

Detroit

Andrea Fischer Electei
To No. 2 GOP Post

KIMBERLY LIFTON STAFF WRITER

A

ndrea Fischer, who
lost a recent bid to
become the GOP
state committee-
woman, was elected re-
cently as first vice chair
of the Michigan Repub-
lican Party.
Ms. Fischer, 34, a part-
ner at the Detroit law firm
of Miller Canfield Paddock
and Stone, has been active
in Republican politics
since her days in law
school in Washington,
D.C., when she worked at
the White House as an
advance planner for then
Vice President George
Bush. She has focused pri-
marily on fund raising.
"This will be interesting
and a lot of work," Ms.
Fischer said of the two-
year term. "I am looking
forward to it."
In addition to fund rais-
ing, Ms. Fischer, of
Birmingham, will help
organize and recruit GOP
members to become party
activists. This includes
finding people to run for
precinct delegate posts
and helping to better orga-
nize the party at district
and county levels through-
out the state.
"My objective is to sup-
port the party and to
recruit others who support
Republican principles,"
Ms. Fischer said.
After completing studies
at George Washington
University Law School in
1983, Ms. Fischer shuffled
between political and legal
jobs. She worked as a
deputy assistant to the
vice president, and she
practiced law at a large
D.C. law firm, Patton,
Boggs and Blow.
Before returning to
Michigan full time and
joining the Miller Canfield
firm in 1990, she commut-
ed for two years as an
associate for the D.C. law
firm. Her law specialty is
government contracts and
administrative law.
Shortly after her return,
she served as campaign
finance chair for John
Engler's gubernatorial
campaign.
Charges
of
anti-
Semitism by some mem-
bers of the state's GOP
were rampant during the
campaign for state corn-

Andrea Fischer

Barbara Rom

mitteewoman. But Ji]
Alexander, Oaklan
County's GOP chairmai
said the matter has dim.
ished.
"This (election) shows
doesn't matter what yo
religious background i
the party is open to a
who work," Mr. Alexand :
said. "She is incredibl
deserving of this position
The new job places M
Fischer as the No. 2 pe
son in the state's GO
ranks, second only to sta
Republican Chairma
Dave Doyle. She joins
list of prominent Repu .
lican Jewish politico
including industrialis
Max Fisher, Mr. Ale
ander, former AIPA
President Ed Levy Jr. an
Paul Borman.
On the Democratic sid
of politics, attorne
Barbara Rom was name
state treasurer for th
Michigan Democrati,
Party. She replace
Laurence Deitch, will
recently was elected to OD
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