State Representative Klint Kesto was first elected to serve the 39th District in the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2012, representing the residents of the city of Wixom, Commerce Township, a portion of West Bloomfield Township and the village of Wolverine Lake.
Kesto graduated from the University of Michigan with a political science degree in 2002 and then attended Wayne State University Law School, graduating in 2006.
Klint served for more than five years as a prosecuting attorney with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s office. He also is a manager of his family’s small business, Buscemi’s Pizza and Sub Shop. Klint also previously worked for the United States Department of Energy and the United States Department of Justice.
Klint is a board member of the Chaldean American Chamber of Commerce; a member of the Chaldean Bar Association; the American Bar Association; and the state Bar of Michigan. He is also an active member of the Greater West Bloomfield Republicans.
Kesto serves as vice chair for the House Judiciary Committee. He also serves on the House Criminal Justice, Health Policy, Regulatory Reform, and Family, Children and Seniors committees.