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List of University of Michigan legislator alumni

Where the date or fact of graduation is uncertain, "(MDNG)" is used to indicate "matriculated, did not graduate."

Contents

  • Legislator A 1
  • Legislators B 2
  • Legislators C to E 3
  • Legislators F to G 4
  • Legislators H to J 5
  • Legislators K 6
  • Legislators L 7
  • Legislators M 8
  • Legislators N to O 9
  • Legislators P to Q 10
  • Legislators R 11
  • Legislators S 12
  • Legislators T 13
  • Legislators U to Z 14
  • References 15
  • External links 16

Legislator A

Legislators B

Legislators C to E

Legislators F to G

Legislators H to J

Legislators K

Legislators L

Legislators M

Legislators N to O

Legislators P to Q

Legislators R

Legislators S

Legislators T

Legislators U to Z

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