Women Take Leadership Positions in the MN House of Representatives




December 3, 2014

Contact Information:

Jennifer DeJournett, (612) 460-1870VOICES of Conservative WomenNews@voicesofconservativewomen.org 

Women Take Leadership Positions in the

MN House of Representatives

St. Paul, Minnesota – VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) congratulates the following women leaders on their appointments to the following leadership roles in the Minnesota House of Representatives.

“VOICES of Conservative Women could not be prouder of these women leaders as they assume leadership roles in the Minnesota House of Representatives.  We know they will represent Minnesota well as they undertake their important work in the legislature.  We send them our heartfelt congratulations and best wishes as they start the legislative session,” said Jennifer DeJournett, President of VOICES of Conservative Women.

Caucus Leadership

House Majority Leader – Rep. Joyce Peppin (Rogers)
Assistant Majority Leader – Rep. Kathy Lohmer (Stillwater)
Assistant Majority Leader – Rep. Deb Kiel (Crookston)

Committee Leadership

Civil Law & Data Practices Chair
  Rep. Peggy Scott (Andover)
Education Finance Chair
  Rep. Jenifer Loon (Eden Prairie)
Education Innovation Policy Chair
  Rep. Sondra Erickson (Princeton)
Education Innovation Policy Vice Chair
  Rep.-elect Peggy Bennett (Albert Lea)
Health & Human Services Reform Chair
  Rep. Tara Mack (Apple Valley)
Health & Human Services Reform Vice Chair
  Rep.-elect Roz Peterson (Lakeville)
Rules & Legislative Administration Chair
  Rep. Joyce Peppin (Rogers)
Rules & Legislative Administration Vice Chair
  Rep.-elect Kelly Fenton (Woodbury)
State Government Finance Chair
  Rep. Sarah Anderson (Plymouth)
Ethics Chair
  Rep. Sondra Erickson (Princeton)
Aging & Long-Term Care Policy Vice Chair
  Rep. Tama Theis (St. Cloud)
Agriculture Finance Vice Chair
  Rep. Deb Kiel (Crookston)
Agriculture Policy Vice Chair
  Rep. Mary Franson (Alexandria)
Government Operations & Elections Policy Vice Chair
  Rep. Cindy Pugh (Chanhassen)
Higher Education Policy & Finance
  Rep. Marion O’Neill (Maple Lake)


About VOICES and VOICESPAC:  VOICES of Conservative Women (VOICES) is a national non-partisan, 501(c)(4) organization working to encourage more women to become involved in public policy. VOICES also works to train and support the next generation of women leaders at all levels of government.  VOICESPAC, a 527 political fund of VOICES, works to elect women candidates who support commonsense pocketbook issues. For more information, visit www.voicesofconservativewomen.org





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