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Lt. Gov. Molnau re-elected to post in national group

Lt. Gov. Carol Molnau, who hasn’t gotten much publicity lately, was re-elected Midwest regional chair of the National Lieutenant Governors Association.

Molnau “was selected by a bipartisan group of her peers from every region in the nation as a leader among her colleagues,” said NLGA Executive Director Julia Hurst.

The organization, formed in 1962, provides members an opportunity to network, discuss and work on issues of common interest, share best practices and foster interstate cooperation.

Comments (3)

  1. Submitted by Tim Walker on 08/19/2009 - 10:44 am.

    Well, I guess all those Lieutenant Governors need to do something to fill up their time!

  2. Submitted by Charles Turpin on 08/19/2009 - 12:30 pm.

    I hope they include bridge maintenence on their agenda. I’m sure Ms Molnau knows more about this than once she did.

    More seriously, they really should talk about the dangers of intimidating your subordinites. I’m sure she was horrified by what happened. Carol would have been better served if her people had not been afraid of her.

  3. Submitted by Greg Kapphahn on 08/19/2009 - 07:04 pm.

    How many states spent the money to send their Lt. Governors to this meeting (I’m not sure MN has money to spare for such things) and did anyone else want the job?

    Cogent little details matter, don’t they?

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