Senator Geoff Michel
Republican, District 41
Geoff Michel (born November 13, 1963) is a Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota Senate representing District 41, which includes portions of the southwestern Twin Cities suburbs of Edina and Bloomington in Hennepin County. A Republican, he was first elected to the Senate in 2002, succeeding retiring Senator Roy Terwilliger, who represented the area as District 42 prior to the 20...
CapitolCapitol Office Building 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Room 208Saint Paul, MN 55155-1606Phone651-296-6238
District6617 Nordic DriveEdina, MN 55439Phone952-943-0854
RolesSenate, session 2009-2010 Senate, session 2011-2012 Senate, session 2013-2014
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Michael Brodkorb files lawsuit against Minnesota Senate
Jul 23, 2012Geoff Michel. That led numerous Republican senators to confront ... "and that [Cal] Ludeman, Secretary of the Minnesota Senate, would be contacted after Senator Koch resigned so that Ludeman could terminate Brodkorb." The next day, December 15, Koch ...Minneapolis City Pages (blog)
Funneling the Republican Narrative Through the State of Minnesota
Jul 2, 2012Using the same language as Minnesota State Senator Geoff Michel, Romney's campaign states, "His plan seeks to reduce taxes, spending, regulation, and government programs... In short, it is a plan to get America back to work." Romney's economic message is ...Huffington Post
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SF 1Job creation; business tax reductions; department of natural resources (DNR) ...
January 10, 2011
SF 1076University of Minnesota TCF bank stadium on-sale liquor license restrictions ...
April 4, 2011
SF 1177Uniform Disposition of Community Property Rights at Death Act
April 14, 2011
SF 1246Congressional redistricting plan adoption
April 18, 2011
SF 1247Congressional and legislative redistricting plans adoption
April 18, 2011
All By Industry
Conservative/Republican Under Reporting Threshold$191,926.00
Campaign Funding From Public Sources$45,472.00
Homemakers, Students & Other Non Income Earners$7,900.00
Republican Party Committees$7,600.00
Top Individual Contributions
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