City Pages lists state reps not taking pay during shutdown

City Pages has published a list of 48 state representatives not taking their state pay during the shutdown.

There are 134 state representatives in the Legislature; do you think the rest will jump on the no-pay bandwagon now that a list is out?

A list of state senators forgoing their salaries is in works, CP says.

Gov. Mark Dayton isn’t taking his salary, either.

The CP list of Reps:

  1. Paul Anderson (R)
  2. Tom Anzelc (DFL)
  3. Joe Atkins (DFL)
  4. John Benson (DFL)
  5. Kurt Bills (R)
  6. Kathy Brynaert (DFL)
  7. Lyndon Carlson (DFL)
  8. Tony Cornish (R)
  9. Roger Crawford (R)
  10. Denise Dittrich (DFL)
  11. Connie Doepke (R)
  12. Keith Downey (R)
  13. Steve Drazkowski (R)
  14. Sondra Erickson (R)
  15. Andrew Falk (DFL)
  16. Pat Garofalo (R)
  17. Mindy Greiling (DFL)
  18. David Hancock (R)
  19. Melissa Hortman (DFL)
  20. Sheldon Johnson (DFL)
  21. Phyllis Kahn (DFL)
  22. Debra Kiel (R)
  23. Kate Knuth (DFL)
  24. Carolyn Laine (DFL)
  25. Ann Lenczewski (DFL)
  26. Diane Loeffler (DFL)
  27. Kathy Lohmer (R)
  28. Jennifer Loon (R)
  29. Tim Mahoney (DFL)
  30. Pat Mazorol (R)
  31. Carolyn McElfatrick (R)
  32. Carol McFarlane (R)
  33. Terry Morrow (DFL)
  34. Joe Mullery (DFL)
  35. Erin Murphy (DFL)
  36. Mary Murphy (DFL)
  37. Rich Murray (R)
  38. Kim Norton (DFL)
  39. Michael Paymar (DFL)
  40. Bev Scalze (DFL)
  41. Steve Simon (DFL)
  42. Linda Slocum (DFL)
  43. Peggy Scott (R)
  44. Chris Swedzinski (R)
  45. Paul Thissen (DFL)
  46. John Ward (DFL)
  47. Doug Wardlow (R)
  48. Ryan Winkler (DFL).

Comments (5)

  1. Submitted by Bill Coleman on 07/06/2011 - 12:38 pm.

    I am not surprised that I do not see Rep. Matt Dean’s name on this list.

  2. Submitted by Chuck Tremain on 07/06/2011 - 01:58 pm.

    Per Diem
    I would be interested in knowing the names of the legislators from the greater metro area counties who forgo any Per Diem reimbursements during the State Shutdown. (“Per Diem” pays for Legislators’ travel and living expenses.) According to an article by Jake Grovum, the Per Diem is “$96 per day for senators and $77 for representatives” (http://politicsinminnesota.com/blog/2010/12/per-diems-a-bipartisan-affair/).
    Thank you!

  3. Submitted by Chuck Tremain on 07/06/2011 - 02:11 pm.

    I find it interesting that 28 Democrats are listed as forgoing salary during the Shutdown compared to only 20 Republicans. Which party has the majority in the House of Representatives?

  4. Submitted by will lynott on 07/06/2011 - 06:57 pm.

    Not surprised to not see the Zellers name here. That’s because he has no other job. Wingnut posters, next time you whine about Governor Dayton not ever having a real job, think of Zellers.

  5. Submitted by John Ferman on 07/07/2011 - 03:10 pm.

    Does it make any difference? As I undrstamd it, the legislative pay is only deferred – all will get their pay later.

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