Longtime GOP Lawmaker Holberg Won’t Run Again
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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Mary Liz Holberg, a longtime Republican state representative from the Twin Cities suburb of Lakeville, says she won’t run for re-election.
A House GOP press aide confirms Monday that Holberg announced her plans over the weekend at a district Republican convention. Holberg did not immediately return a call seeking details about her decision.
Holberg was elected to the House in 1998, making her one of the most senior Republicans in that chamber. She is a one-time chair of the influential House Ways and Means Committee, which produces the state budget, and has also been an outspoken voice on privacy issues. She is well-liked and respected by colleagues from both parties.
Holberg is one of eight House lawmakers not running for re-election this year.
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