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Margie MacDonaldDEMDemocrat Member of the Montana House of Representatives
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Margaret "Margie" MacDonald (born August 31, 1951) is an American politician who served as a member of the Montana Senate for the 26th district from 2017 to 2021. She previously served four terms in the Montana House of Representatives, representing the 54th and 51st district. She also served as Democratic minority whip in both chambers of the legislature.

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Education3 - 3 of 1
University of Montana
Attended
1974
Past Positions1 - 8 of 8
Senator
Montana State Senate
2017 - 2021
Representative
Montana State House of Representatives
2008 - 2016
Former Minority Whip
Montana State House of Representatives
Regional Organizer
Western Organization of Resource Councils
2006 - Current
Director
Montana Office of Community Service, Governor's Office
2005 - 2006
Staff Director
Northern Plains Resource Council
1983 - 1986
Staff
Northern Plains Resource Council
1977 - 1983
Former Executive Director
Montana Association of Churches
Other Experience1 - 21 of 21
Member
Leadership Montana
2005 - 2006
Chair
Billings Human Relations Commission
2002 - 2004
Member
National Association of Ecumencial and Interreligous Staff
1990 - 2004
Chair
Saint John's Lutheran Home Foundation
2000 - 2002
Member
Saint John's Lutheran Home Foundation
1996 - 2002
Former Member
Governor's Council on Economic Development, 1983-1987
Member
First Congregational Church
Member
Conservation Organization
Organizer
Warm Hearts for Warm Homes program
Former Member
Rules Committee, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Legislative Council, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Local Government Committee, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Judiciary Committee, Montana State House of Representatives
Former Member
Rules Committee, Montana State House of Representatives
Former Member
Transportation Committee, Montana State House of Representatives
Former Member
Ethics Committee, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation Committee, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Joint Interim Committee on Local Government, Montana State Senate
Former Member
Judiciary Committee, Montana State Senate
Former Vice Chair
Agriculture Committee, Montana State House of Representatives
Former Vice Chair
Ethics Committee, Montana State House of Representatives