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Senator Roger C Chamberlain
Republican, District 38

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Wikipedia Bio

Roger C. Chamberlain (born January 14, 1963) is a Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota Senate who represents District 53, which includes portions of Anoka and Ramsey counties in the northeastern Twin Cities metropolitan area. A Republican, he is a senior corporate tax accountant for Ameriprise Financial.[1]
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    Capitol Office Building 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Room 306
    Saint Paul, MN 55155-1606
    Phone651-296-1253

Roles

Senate, session 2011-2012 Senate, session 2013-2014

News & Blog Coverage

  • Conservatives win big in Kan. Senate primaries (winonadailynews.com)
    Aug 8, 2012
    Pete Brungardt of Salina, Bob Marshall of Fort Scott, Tim Owens of Overland Park, Roger Reitz of Manhattan ... The only conservative senator to lose a primary was Dick Kelsey of Goddard, but his opponent, Rep. Dan Kerschen of Garden Plain, also is a ...
    Winona Daily News
  • DFLers appear in 8th District debate (brainerddispatch.com)
    Aug 7, 2012
    Clark, a former state senator ... Minnesota is a nonprofit led by a multi-partisan board of directors include former U.S. Sen. David Durenberger; former Minnesota Secretary of State Joan Anderson Growe, former Senate Majority Leader Roger ...
    Brainerd Dispatch

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All By Industry

  • Campaign Funding From Public Sources
    $13,745.00
  • Conservative/Republican Under Reporting Threshold
    $8,766.00
  • Unknown
    $4,668.00
  • Retired
    $2,795.00
  • Republican Candidate Contributions To Own Campaign
    $2,215.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • Public Fund
    $13,555.00
  • Unitemized Donations
    $8,316.00
  • 53 B House District Rpm
    $1,000.00
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Interest Group Ratings

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