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Representative Paul Anderson
Republican, District 12B

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Wikipedia Bio

Paul H. Anderson (born June 1951) is a Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives representing District 13A, which includes portions of Kandiyohi, Pope and Stearns counties in the west central part of the state. A Republican, he is also a farmer.

Anderson was elected in 2008, running after three-term Rep. Bud Heidgerken opted not to seek re-election. ...
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    State Office Building, Room 445 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
    Saint Paul, MN 55155-1298
    Phone651-296-4317

Roles

House, session 2009-2010 House, session 2011-2012 House, session 2013-2014

News & Blog Coverage

  • Twins help launch field dedicated to wheelchair play (minnesota.twins.mlb.com)
    Aug 10, 2012
    MINNEAPOLIS ... named after the late Todd Anderson, a National Wheelchair Softball Hall of Famer who lost a leg in 1981 after a motorcycle accident. Anderson played for the Rolling Twins and later for the St. Paul Rolling Saints.
    Minnesota Twins
  • Outside group targets Minn.'s Cravaack with TV ads (sacbee.com)
    Aug 9, 2012
    PAUL, Minn. -- A political fund targeting Republicans is going after GOP Rep. Chip Cravaack (kruh-VAK') with $120,000 of TV and online ads in northeastern Minnesota ... Tuesday's primary between Democrats Jeff Anderson, Tarryl (TEHR'-uhl ...
    Sacramento Bee

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Votes

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All By Industry

  • Conservative/Republican Under Reporting Threshold
    $27,436.00
  • Campaign Funding From Public Sources
    $5,137.00
  • Republican Party Committees
    $2,200.00
  • Unknown
    $2,050.00
  • Telecommunications
    $1,000.00
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Top Individual Contributions

  • Unitemized Donations
    $13,360.00
  • Unitemized Donations
    $12,545.00
  • Public Fund
    $5,041.00
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