Thursday, August 23, 2007

Governor & State Officials
Constitutional officers and legislators elected by the people. A constitutional office is established by the state constitution.

Constitutional Officers Contact Information
Contact information for each constitutional officer including address, telephone number, fax, e-mail, web site, biography and information about their responsibilities. arrowmore

Governor's Cabinet
Governor Pawlenty's administration.

Lieutenant Governor's Office
As Minnesota's second-in-command, the lieutenant governor is prepared to assume the governor's duties any time the governor is unable to perform them. The lieutenant governor represents the governor and the State of Minnesota within the state, nationally and internationally.

Governor's Office
The Governor is responsible for the administration of state government, the proposal of biennial budgets, appointments, proposal and review of legislation and the preparation of comprehensive long-range plans for state growth.

Attorney General's Office
The Attorney General is the chief legal officer for the state and is the legal advisor to the Governor and all the constitutional officers. The AG represents and advocates for consumer protection, charities oversight, antitrust enforcement and utilities regulation.

Minnesota House of Representatives
Minnesota House of Representatives

Minnesota Members of Congress
A list of the Minnesota's eight U.S. Representatives and two U.S. Senators. Included are links to their web sites and e-mail addresses. arrowmore

Minnesota Senate
Minnesota Senate

Secretary of State's Office
Some of the responsiblities of the Secretary of State are to certify the authenticity of a wide variety of official documents, registers a variety of business organizations and is the chief election official of the state.

State Agencies (Executive Branch)
Link to all state agencies and departments in the Executive branch of state government.

State Auditor's Office
The Office of the State Auditor (OSA) serves as a watchdog for Minnesota taxpayers by helping to ensure financial integrity, accountability, and cost-effectiveness in local government. Through financial, compliance, and special audits, the OSA oversees and ensures that local government funds are used for the purposes intended by law.

State Treasurer's Office
The Elected Office of the State Treasurer was abolished on January 6, 2003 as a result of a Constitutional Amendment approved by the voters in the November 1998 General Election. The duties and responsibilities of the former State Treasurer were transferred to the Commissioner of Finance on January 6, 2003 by administrative order. These responsibilities are being met by the Treasury Division of the Department of Finance.

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