Sheldon Johnson

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Democratic/Farmer/Labor Minnesota

State House (Minnesota 67B)

Family: Single; 2 Children: Renee, Eva

Born: 03/25/1954 Braham, MN

Home: Saint Paul, Minnesota

Religion: Presbyterian

Education: MA, Psychology, University of Saint Thomas, 1980 BA, Social Work, Bethel College, 1976

Profession: Caseworker, Adult Workhouse, Ramsey County Community Corrections, 1988-present Youth Caseworker, Boys Totem Town, Ramsey County Community Corrections Officer, 1981-1988 Family Court Officer, Family Court, Ramsey County Community Corrections, 1976-1981 Union Steward, Teamsters Local 320

Political: Representative, Minnesota State House of Representatives, 2000-present Executive Committee, Senate District 67, 1998-present Chair, Kathy Lantry for City Council, 1999, 2001, 2003 Chair, Mee Moua for State Senate, 2002

Congressional Membership: Member, Mississippi River Parkway Commission, present Member, Pigs Eye Greenway Coalition, 1999-2000 Member, Pigs Eye Park Task Force, 1993-2000 Chair, Citizens for Sustainable Waste Management, 1998-1999 Member, Labor/Management Committee on Health Issues, 1998-1999

Organization Membership: Board of Directors, Community Design Center, 2001-present Board of Directors, Progressive Minnesota, 2001-present Member, Progressive Minnesota Board of Directors, 2001-2006 President, Harding High School Parent-Teacher Association, 1999-2000 President, District One Community Council, 1998-2000 Board Member, Minnesota Citizens for the Arts Board of Directors, 1998-2000 Board of Directors, District 1 Community Council, 1996-2000 Member, Saint Paul Neighborhood Energy Consortium Board of Directors, 1995-2000 Union Steward, Teamsters Local 320, 1995-2000 Chairman, Citizens for Sustainable Waste Management, 1998-1999 Vice-President, District One Community Council, 1996-1998 Coach, Battle Creek Recreation Center, 1988-1998


Civil Justice

Commerce and Labor

Energy Finance and Policy Division

Public Safety Policy and Oversight

Telecommunications Regulation and Infrastructure Division


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