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75th Minnesota Legislature

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The seventy-fifth Minnesota Legislature first convened on January 6, 1987. The 67 members of the Minnesota Senate and the 134 members of the Minnesota House of Representatives were elected during the General Election of November 4, 1986.

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Contents

Sessions

The legislature met in a regular session from January 6, 1987, to May 18, 1987. A special session was convened on June 25, 1987, to enact legislation strengthening the state's laws regarding corporate takeovers.[1]

A continuation of the regular session was held between February 9, 1988, and April 25, 1988.[1]

Party summary

Resignations and new members are discussed in the "Membership changes" section, below.

Senate

Party[2]
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total Vacant
DFL IR
End of previous Legislature 43 24 67 0
Begin 47 20 67 0
November 15, 1987 46 66 1
November 16, 1987 21 67 0
January 1, 1989 45 66 1
Latest voting share 67% 31%
Beginning of the next Legislature 44 23 67 0

House of Representatives

Party[3]
(Shading indicates majority caucus)
Total Vacant
DFL IR
End of previous Legislature 65 67 132 2
Begin 83 51 134 0
June 25, 1987 82 133 1
September 2, 1987 81 132 2
November 12, 1987 82 52 134 0
July 19, 1988 51 133 1
September 7, 1988 81 132 2
Latest voting share 60% 38%
Beginning of the next Legislature 81 53 134 0

Leadership

Senate

President of the Senate
Jerome M. Hughes (DFL-Maplewood)[4]
President pro tempore[nb 1]
Florian Chmielewski (DFL-Sturgeon Lake)[4]
Senate Majority Leader
Roger Moe (DFL-Erskine)[5]
Senate Minority Leader
Duane Benson (IR-Lanesboro)[5]

House of Representatives

Speaker of the House
Until June 25, 1987 Fred C. Norton (DFL-St. Paul)[6]
After June 25, 1987 Robert Vanasek (DFL-New Prague)[6]
House Majority Leader
Until June 25, 1987 Robert Vanasek (DFL-New Prague)[7]
After June 25, 1987 Ann Wynia (DFL-St. Paul)[7]
House Minority Leader
William R. Schreiber (IR-Brooklyn Park)[7]

Members

Senate

Name District City Party
Adkins, Betty 22 St. Michael DFL
Anderson, Don A. 12 Wadena IR
Beckman, Tracy 29 Bricelyn DFL
Belanger, William 41 Bloomington IR
Benson, Duane 32 Lanesboro IR
Berg, Charlie 11 Chokio DFL
Berglin, Linda 60 Minneapolis DFL
Bernhagen, John 21 Hutchinson IR
Bertram, Joe 16 Paynesville DFL
Brandl, John 62 Minneapolis DFL
Brataas, Nancy 33 Rochester IR
Chmielewski, Florian 14 Sturgeon Lake DFL
Cohen, Dick 64 St. Paul DFL
Dahl, Gregory 50 Coon Rapids DFL
Davis, Chuck 18 Princeton DFL
Decker, Bob 04 Bemidji IR
DeCramer, Gary 27 Ghent DFL
Dicklich, Ron 05 Hibbing DFL
Diessner, Bill 56 Afton DFL
Frank, Don 51 Spring Lake Park DFL
Frederick, Mel 30 Owatonna IR
Frederickson, Dave 20 Murdock DFL
Frederickson, Dennis 23 New Ulm IR
Freeman, Michael O. 40 Richfield DFL
Gustafson, Jim 08 Duluth IR
Hughes, Jerome M. 54 Maplewood DFL
Johnson, Dean 15 Willmar IR
Johnson, Doug 06 Tower DFL
Jude, Tad 48 Maple Grove DFL
Knaak, Fritz 53 White Bear Lake IR
Knutson, Howard A. 38 Burnsville IR
Kroening, Carl 57 Minneapolis DFL
Laidig, Gary 55 Stillwater IR
Langseth, Keith 09 Glyndon DFL
Lantry, Marilyn 67 St. Paul DFL
Larson, Cal 10 Fergus Falls IR
Lessard, Bob 03 International Falls DFL
Luther, Bill 47 Brooklyn Park DFL
Marty, John 63 Roseville DFL
McQuaid, Phyllis W. 44 Saint Louis Park IR
Mehrkens, Lyle 26 Red Wing IR
Merriam, Gene 49 Coon Rapids DFL
Metzen, James 39 South St. Paul DFL
Moe, Donald 65 St. Paul DFL
Moe, Roger 02 Erskine DFL
Morse, Steven 34 Dakota DFL
Novak, Steve 52 New Brighton DFL
Olson, Gen 43 Minnetrista IR
Pehler, Jim 17 St. Cloud DFL
Peterson, Donna 61 Minneapolis DFL
Peterson, Randolph W. 19 Wyoming DFL
Piper, Pat 31 Austin DFL
Pogemiller, Larry 58 Minneapolis DFL
Purfeerst, Clarence 25 Faribault DFL
Ramstad, Jim 45 Minnetonka IR
Reichgott Junge, Ember 46 New Hope DFL
Renneke, Earl 35 Le Sueur IR
Samuelson, Don 13 Brainerd DFL
Schmitz, Robert J. 36 Jordan DFL
Solon, Sam 07 Duluth DFL
Spear, Allan 59 Minneapolis DFL
Storm, Don 42 Edina IR
Stumpf, LeRoy 01 Thief River Falls DFL
Taylor, Glen 24 Mankato IR
Vickerman, Jim 28 Tracy DFL
Waldorf, Gene 66 St. Paul DFL
Wegscheid, Darril 37 Apple Valley DFL
Willet, Gerald 04 Park Rapids DFL

House of Representatives

Name District City Party
Anderson, Bob 10B Ottertail IR
Anderson, Glen H. 20A Bellingham DFL
Battaglia, David Peter 06A Two Harbors DFL
Bauerly, Jerry 18B Sauk Rapids DFL
Beard, Pat 56B Cottage Grove DFL
Begich, Joseph 06B Eveleth DFL
Bennett, Tony 53A Shoreview IR
Bertram, Jeff 16B Paynesville DFL
Bishop, Dave 33B Rochester IR
Blatz, Kathleen 41B Bloomington IR
Boo, Ben 08B Duluth IR
Brown, Chuck 11A Appleton DFL
Burger, John 43A Long Lake IR
Carlson, Doug 14B Sandstone IR
Carlson, Lyndon 46B Crystal DFL
Carruthers, Phil 47B Brooklyn Center DFL
Clark, Karen 60A Minneapolis DFL
Clausnitzer, Dale 48A Maple Grove IR
Cooper, Roger 21B Bird Island DFL
Dauner, Marvin 09B Hawley DFL
Dawkins, Andy 65A St. Paul DFL
DeBlieck, Norman R. 27A Milroy DFL
Dempsey, Terry 23A New Ulm IR
DeRaad, Dale L. 30B Waseca IR
Dille, Steve 21A Dassel IR
Dorn, John 24A Mankato DFL
Forsythe, Mary 42B Edina IR
Frederick, Sal 24B Mankato IR
Frerichs, Don 32A Rochester IR
Greenfield, Lee 61A Minneapolis DFL
Gruenes, Dave 17B St. Cloud IR
Gutknecht, Gil 33A Rochester IR
Hartle, Dean 30A Owatonna IR
Haukoos, Bob 31A Albert Lea IR
Heap, Jim 45B Plymouth IR
Himle, John 41A Bloomington IR
Hugoson, Gene 29A Granada IR
Jacobs, Joel 49B Coon Rapids DFL
Jaros, Mike 07B Duluth DFL
Jefferson, Jeff 57B Minneapolis DFL
Jennings, Loren Geo 19B Harris DFL
Jensen, Robert C. 36B Lakeville DFL
Johnson, Alice 51A Spring Lake Park DFL
Johnson, Bob 04A Bemidji DFL
Johnson, Virgil 34A Caledonia IR
Kahn, Phyllis 58B Minneapolis DFL
Kalis, Henry 29B Walters DFL
Kelly, Randy 67A St. Paul DFL
Kelso, Becky 36A Shakopee DFL
Kinkel, Tony 04B Park Rapids DFL
Kludt, Kenneth J. 09A Moorhead DFL
Knickerbocker, Jerry 43B Minnetonka IR
Knuth, Daniel 52B New Brighton DFL
Kostohryz, Dick 54B North St. Paul DFL
Krueger, Rick 12B Staples DFL
Larsen, Ernest A. 50A Ramsey DFL
Lasley, Harold 19A Cambridge DFL
Lieder, Bernard 02A Crookston DFL
Long, Dee 59A Minneapolis DFL
Marsh, Marcus M. 17A Sauk Rapids IR
McDonald, K.J. 35B Watertown IR
McEachern, Bob 22A St. Michael DFL
McKasy, Bert 39A Mendota Heights IR
McLaughlin, Peter 60B Minneapolis DFL
McPherson, Harriet 55B Stillwater IR
Milbert, Bob 39B South St. Paul DFL
Miller, Howard G. 20B Redwood Falls IR
Minne, Lona 05B Hibbing DFL
Morrison, Connie 38A Burnsville IR
Munger, Willard 07A Duluth DFL
Murphy, Mary 08A Hermantown DFL
Nelson, Clair 11B Barrett DFL
Nelson, Darby 49A Champlin DFL
Nelson, Ken 62A Minneapolis DFL
Neuenschwander, Bob 03A International Falls DFL
Norton, Fred C. 65A St. Paul DFL
O'Connor, Rich 66B St. Paul DFL
Ogren, Paul Anders 14A Aitkin DFL
Olsen, Sally 44A Saint Louis Park IR
Olson, Edgar 02B Fosston DFL
Olson, Katy 28B Sherburn DFL
Omann, Bernie 16A St. Joseph IR
Onnen, Tony 22B Cokato IR
Orenstein, Howard 64B St. Paul DFL
Osthoff, Tom 66A St. Paul DFL
Otis, Todd 59B Minneapolis DFL
Ozment, Dennis 37B Rosemount IR
Pappas, Sandy 65B St. Paul DFL
Pauly, Sidney 42A Eden Prairie IR
Pelowski, Gene 34B Winona DFL
Peterson, J.P. 18A Princeton DFL
Poppenhagen, Dennis 10A Detroit Lakes IR
Price, Leonard 56A Woodbury DFL
Quinn, Joe 50B Coon Rapids DFL
Quist, Allen 23B St. Peter IR
Redalen, Elton 32B Fountain IR
Reding, Leo 31B Austin DFL
Rest, Ann 46A New Hope DFL
Rice, Jim 57A Minneapolis DFL
Richter, Don 12A Wadena IR
Riveness, Phil 40B Bloomington DFL
Rodosovich, Peter 25B Faribault DFL
Rose, John 63A Roseville IR
Rukavina, Tom 05A Virginia DFL
Sarna, John 58A Minneapolis DFL
Schafer, Gary 35A Gibbon IR
Scheid, Linda 47A Brooklyn Park DFL
Schoenfeld, Jerry E. 30B Waseca DFL
Schreiber, Bill 48B Brooklyn Park IR
Seaberg, Art 38B Eagan IR
Segal, Gloria 44B St. Louis Park DFL
Shaver, Craig H. 45A Wayzata IR
Simoneau, Wayne 51B Fridley DFL
Skoglund, Wes 61B Minneapolis DFL
Solberg, Loren 03B Bovey DFL
Sparby, Wally 01B Thief River Falls DFL
Stanius, Brad 53B White Bear Lake IR
Steensma, Andy 27B Luverne DFL
Sviggum, Steve 26A Kenyon IR
Swenson, Doug 55A Forest Lake IR
Thiede, Paul M. 13A Pequot Lakes IR
Tjornhom, Chris 40A Richfield IR
Tompkins, Eileen 37A Apple Valley IR
Trimble, Steve 67B St. Paul DFL
Tunheim, Jim 01A Kennedy DFL
Uphus, Sylvester 15A Sauk Centre IR
Valento, Don 54A Little Canada IR
Vanasek, Robert 25A New Prague DFL
Vellenga, Kathleen 64A St. Paul DFL
Voss, Gordon 52A Blaine DFL
Wagenius, Jean 62B Minneapolis DFL
Waltman, Bobby Joe 26B Elgin IR
Welle, Alan 15B Willmar DFL
Wenzel, Steve 13B Little Falls DFL
Winter, Ted 28A Fulda DFL
Wynia, Ann 63B St. Paul DFL

Membership changes

Senate

District Vacator Reason for change Successor Date successor
seated
04 Gerald Willet
(DFL)
Resigned November 15, 1987, in order to accept appointment to the position of Commissioner to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.[8] Bob Decker
(IR)
November 16, 1987[9]
37 Darril Wegscheid
(DFL)
Resigned January 1, 1989, in order to devote more time to his career.[10] Remained vacant

House of Representatives

District Vacator Reason for change Successor Date successor
seated
65A Fred C. Norton
(DFL)
Resigned June 25, 1987, in order to accept appointment to serve on the Minnesota Court of Appeals.[11] Andy Dawkins
(DFL)
November 12, 1987[12]
30B Jerry E. Schoenfeld
(DFL)
Resigned September 2, 1987, to accept appointment as Director of the Rural Development Board in the Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development.[13] Dale L. DeRaad
(IR)
November 12, 1987[14]
63A John Rose
(IR)
Died in office July 19, 1988, following intestinal surgery at St. John's Northeast Hospital in Maplewood, Minnesota.[15] Remained vacant
52B Daniel Knuth
(DFL)
Resigned September 7, 1988, to accept appointment to a Deputy Chair position on the Minnesota Waste Management Board.[16] Remained vacant

Notes

  1. ^ Florian Chmielewski served as president pro tempore during the 1987 special session, because Senate President Jerome M. Hughes was absent.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b "Sessions of the Minnesota State Legislature and the Minnesota Territorial Legislature, 1849-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  2. ^ "Party Control of the Minnesota Senate, 1951-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Party Control of the Minnesota House of Representatives, 1951-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  4. ^ a b c "President and President Pro Tempore of the Minnesota Senate, 1849-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  5. ^ a b "Majority and Minority Leaders of the Minnesota Senate, 1933-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  6. ^ a b "Speakers of the Minnesota House of Representatives, 1849-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  7. ^ a b c "Majority and Minority Leaders of the Minnesota House of Representatives, 1901-present". Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  8. ^ "Willet, Gerald L." Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  9. ^ "Decker, Robert "Bob"". Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  10. ^ "Wegscheid, Darril". Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  11. ^ "Norton, Fred C." Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  12. ^ "Dawkins, Andrew J. "Andy"". Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  13. ^ "Schoenfeld, Jerry E." Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  14. ^ "DeRaad, Dale L." Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  15. ^ "Rose, John T." Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  16. ^ "Knuth, Daniel J. "Dan"". Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 16 May 2015.

External links

Preceded by
Seventy-fourth Minnesota Legislature
Seventy-fifth Minnesota Legislature
1987—1989
Succeeded by
Seventy-sixth Minnesota Legislature
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