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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-28

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rent boundaries are accepted
by state courts, Mr. Faxon
would be forced to move to
Southfield to even run for the
Senate.
Remaining in his Farming-
ton Hills home would thrust
the senator into the middle of
a Republican stronghold along-
side state Sen. David Honig-
man, R-West Bloomfield.
"I would never run against
David Honigman in a Republi-
can district," Mr. Faxon said. "I
haven't made up my mind
about moving into a district
that may have a lot of unknown
territory."
If he moves, the new district
would comprise Southfield and
Oak Park, which he already
serves. But new areas, like Pon-
tiac, are completely unknown
to him.
No one has formally an-
nounced a bid for the Senate
seat in a new district. State
Rep. Maxine Berman, D-South-
field, said she is not in the run-
ning. Yet former congressional
candidate Walter Briggs, who
lost the 1992 race to Rep. Joe
Knollenberg, is talking about a
run for the state office.
Mr. Faxon never anticipat-
ed making elected office a life-
time'career. But he has no
regrets. He has managed to
pursue other interests — paint-

"I haven't made
up my mind about
moving into a
district that may
have a lot of
unknown territory."

ing, ballet, classical piano, art
collecting. He is founder and
headmaster of the Interna-
tional School at 14 Mile and
Lahser in Beverly Hills.
Most exciting in his political
career was serving the state as
a member of the 1963 Consti-
tutional Convention, and push-
ing for public funding for the
arts and the implementation of
the Michigan Council for the
Arts.
The arts council has unrav-
eled under the Engler admin-
istration, where the arts are no
longer a priority. This is dread-
ful for Sen. Faxon to watch.
Sen. Faxon always believed
he would retire when the vot-
ers no longer elected him. Yet
this time, he may not wait for
the voters to decide his fate.
"Can I still do anything
there? This governor has cre-
ated such a partisan atmos-
phere," he said. "If I were
younger, maybe I would see the
light at the end of the
tunnel."



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