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Representative Tina Liebling
Democratic-Farmer-Labor, District 26A

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Tina Liebling (born 1953) is a Minnesota politician and member of the Minnesota House of Representatives representing District 30A, which consists entirely of the city of Rochester in Omsted County, which is in the southeastern part of the state. A Democrat, she is also an attorney.

Liebling was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of noted photographer Jerome Liebl...
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Office Addresses

  • Capitol

    357 State Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
    Saint Paul, MN 55155-1298
  • District

    Post Office Box 6332
    Rochester, MN 55903
  • Key Staff

    553 State Office Building 100 Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard
    Saint Paul, MN 55155


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  • Our View: Unchanged ballot was preventable (
    Jul 26, 2012
    On Monday, during what organizers described as "a town hall meeting to discuss possible future election law changes," Rep. Tina Liebling made an interesting ... Famous people — in Minnesota, Al Franken and Alan Page spring to mind — benefit ...
  • Unexpected death triggers discussion about state election law (
    Jul 24, 2012
    Tina Liebling and Kim Norton hosted Monday night's meeting at ... but none of them showed up. Rep. Mike Benson, R-Rochester, had been critical of the timing saying it appeared to be "election year politics." About 30 people turned out for ...

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