Senator Charles W Wiger
Democratic-Farmer-Labor, District 43
Charles W. "Chuck" Wiger, Sr. (born September 14, 1951) is a Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota Senate representing District 55, which includes portions of Ramsey and Washington counties in the northeastern Twin Cities metropolitan area. A Democrat, he was first elected to the Senate in 1996, and was re-elected in 2000, 2002, 2006 and 2010.
Wiger is currently a member ...
CapitolState Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Room 117Saint Paul, MN 55155-1206Phone651-296-6820
District400 Robert Street NorthSaint Paul, MN 55101Phone651-665-4851
District1611 Legacy Parkway, #5Saint Paul, MN 55109Phone651-770-0283
RolesSenate, session 2009-2010 Senate, session 2011-2012 Senate, session 2013-2014
5 CommitteesMore →
News & Blog Coverage
Aug 9, 2012Alex Pappas of The Daily Caller obtained an invitation to a going away party for Portman held after his tenure working for President George H.W. Bush. As you'll see, the light-hearted roast of the future senator and possible Republican vice presidential ...YAHOO!
Livestock farmers seek pause in ethanol production
Aug 9, 2012Randy Spronk, a Minnesota pork farmer, said of the EPA's authority to ... That brought a quick retort from Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, who went to the Senate floor to compare Pope to Henny Penny, the character from the children's story "Chicken Little ...WLFI.com
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SF 950Teachers of deaf and hard-of-hearing students continuing education clock hour...
March 4, 2013
SF 711Achievement and integration for Minnesota program to close the achievement an...
February 25, 2013
SF 481Early learning scholarship program establishment; access to quality early lea...
February 14, 2013
SF 22Resolution urging Congress to investigate the Prisoner of War - Missing in Ac...
January 14, 2013
SF 1477Teacher evaluation aid funding establishment and appropriations
March 20, 2013
All By Industry
Liberal/Democrat Under Reporting Threshold$123,687.00
Campaign Funding From Public Sources$80,339.00
Democratic Party Committees$25,000.00
Third Party Under Reporting Threshold$18,925.00
Non Contribution, Miscellaneous$11,526.00
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