MI Treasurer Andy Dillon Steps Down From Office - Northern Michigan's News Leader

MI Treasurer Andy Dillon Steps Down From Office

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LANSING (AP) -- Michigan Treasurer Andy Dillon is stepping down from his role in serving the state.

Dillon has served under Governor Rick Snyder since 2011.

Dillon has been involved in efforts to turn around the deficit-ridden cities and school districts.

In a statement Friday, he cited personal reasons for leaving office, including his recent divorce.

Dillon said it's not fair to his family, or the people of Michigan, to serve in the role.

His last day is November 1st.

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