United States Representative, MN-7
(320) 593-3145 (202) 225-2165 (202) 225-1593 (218) 422-2090 (320) 403-6100 Michellelfischbach@Yahoo.Com email@example.com fischbach.house.gov www.michellefischbach.org ballotpedia.org/Michelle_Fischbach en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michelle_Fischbach 1004 Longworth, Washington DC 20515 2513 8th, Moorhead MN 56560 2211 1st, Willmar MN 56201
Michelle Louise Helene Fischbach (FISH-bahk; née St. Martin; born November 3, 1965) is an American attorney and politician who is the U.S. representative from Minnesota's 7th congressional district. The district, which is very rural, is Minnesota's largest congressional district and includes most of the western area of the state. A Republican, Fischbach served as the 49th lieutenant governor of Minnesota under Governor Mark Dayton. Fischbach was a member of the Minnesota Senate from 1996 to 2018. During her tenure, she was the President of the Minnesota Senate from 2011 to 2013 and from 2017 to 2018. When Dayton appointed Tina Smith to the U.S. Senate after Al Franken’s resignation, Fischbach became the lieutenant governor of Minnesota under the Minnesota Constitution. She served as lieutenant governor from 2018 to 2019.While serving as the incumbent lieutenant governor of Minnesota, Fischbach was former Governor Tim Pawlenty's nominee for lieutenant governor in the Minnesota Republican Party primary during the 2018 Minnesota gubernatorial election. Pawlenty and Fischbach lost in a contentious primary election.In the 2020 U.S. House elections, Fischbach defeated 30-year DFLer incumbent Collin Peterson.As of June 2023, Fischbach is the most recent Republican to hold statewide office in Minnesota.
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