Janna Taylor

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Janna Taylor
Member of the Montana House of Representatives
from the 11 district
In office
2004 to 2012
Succeeded by Greg Hertz
Personal details
Born September 8, 1948
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Political party Republican
Residence Rollins, Montana
Alma mater University of Minnesota
Profession Rancher

Janna Taylor (born September 9, 1948) was the Speaker pro Tempore for the Montana House of Representatives in 2011.

She was a Republican for District 11, which represents the Dayton area. She has served in the House from the 2005 session to the 2011 session.[1] In 2012 she was ineligible to run for re-election due to Montana's term limits.

Taylor served as a Majority Whip in the Montana Senate for the 63rd Legislative Assembly.[2] She was succeeded by Albert Olszewski for the 65th session.[3]

Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Taylor received her bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota. Taylor was a homemaker and rancher.[4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ State of Montana. "JANNA TAYLOR (R)". Retrieved 28 May 2011. 
  2. ^ Montana Legislature-Janna Taylor
  3. ^ "Albert Olszewski". The Montana Legislature. Retrieved 20 January 2017. 
  4. ^ Votesmart.org.-Janna Taylor
  5. ^ Congress.org. "Rep. Janna Taylor (R-MT 11th District)". Retrieved 28 May 2011. [permanent dead link]