Mary Liz Holberg
|Mary Liz Holberg|
|Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
from the 58A district
37B (1999–2003), 36A (2003–2013)
January 5, 1999
|Preceded by||Bill Macklin|
|Born||November 13, 1959|
|Political party||Republican Party of Minnesota|
|Alma mater||Normandale Community College
St. Cloud State University
Mary Liz Holberg (born November 13, 1959) is a Minnesota politician and member of the Minnesota House of Representatives. A member of the Republican Party of Minnesota, she represents District 58A, which encompasses most of the city of Lakeville in Dakota County.
Minnesota House of Representatives
She was an assistant majority leader during the 2001-2002 session. She chaired the House Civil Law Committee during the 2003-2004 session, and the House Transportation Finance Committee during the 2005-2006 session.
On May 21, 2011, she joined the House Republican majority in voting for a constitutional amendment to define marriage as between a man and woman.
Holberg announced on February 22, 2014 that she will not be seeking re-election.
- "Holberg, Mary Liz". Legislators Past & Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved February 23, 2014.
- Brunswick, Mark (November 21, 2003). "Keeping gay marriage outside law; Legislators propose constitutional prohibition". Star Tribune.
- Scheck, Tom (March 9, 2004). "Debate over gay marriage ban begins at Capitol". Minnesota Public Radio. Retrieved February 23, 2014.
- Collins, Bob (May 21, 2011). "Roll call vote: Same-sex marriage ban amendment". Minnesota Public Radio. Retrieved February 23, 2014.
- Stassen-Berger, Rachel E. (February 23, 2014). "GOP's Minnesota legislative slate gets shake-up". Star Tribune. Retrieved February 24, 2014.
- Mary Liz Holberg at Minnesota Legislators Past & Present
- Rep. Mary Liz Holberg official Minnesota House of Representatives website
- Mary Liz Holberg official campaign website
- Minnesota Public Radio Votetracker: Rep. Mary Liz Holberg
- Project Votesmart - Rep. Mary Liz Holberg Profile
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