The Michigan Bureau of State Lottery promulgates rules governing lottery games, and oversees the issuing of the lottery, bingo and charitable gaming licenses. It has existed since the lottery began in Michigan in 1972, and is currently led by Lottery Commissioner M. Scott Bowen. The Michigan Lottery is one of the most successful lotteries in the country. The Lottery reported annual sales of $2.34 billion in fiscal year 2011, and generated $727.3 million in net revenue for the state School Aid Fund, which supports public education programs. In 2003, under Commissioner Peters, the Lottery introduced Club Keno and Pull Tabs games to be played at Michigan Class C bars and restaurants.
Michigan Lottery Bureau
- Chief Deputy Commissioner
- Deputy Commissioner of Operations
- Deputy Commissioner of Charitable Gaming
- Deputy Commissioner of Administration
- Deputy Commissioner of Marketing
- Deptuty Commissioner of Sales
- M. Scott Bowen
- Thomas Petersen
- Connie Roblee
- Kathie Oviedo
- Katherine C. Clinton
- Thomas Weber
- Terry Bunting
Bureau of State Lottery
101 East Hillsdale Street
P.O. Box 30023
Lansing, Michigan 48909
Click here to visit the Michigan Lottery Web site.
Click here to go directly to the Michigan Lottery Web page devoted to charitable gaming.