Michelle Fischbach

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Michelle Fischbach
Senate President Michelle Fischbach.jpg
Former Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota
From: January 2, 2018 – January 7, 2019
Governor Mark Dayton
Predecessor Tina Smith
Successor Peggy Flanagan
12th President of the Minnesota Senate
From: January 3, 2017 – May 25, 2018
Predecessor Sandy Pappas
Successor Warren Limmer
10th President of the Minnesota Senate
From: January 4, 2011 – January 7, 2013
Predecessor Jim Metzen
Successor Sandy Pappas
Former State Senator from Minnesota's 13th District
From: 2013 – May 25, 2018
Predecessor ???
Successor Jeff Howe
Former State Senator from Minnesota's 14th District
From: February 12, 1996 – 2013
Predecessor Joe Bertram
Successor ???
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Party Republican
Spouse(s) Scott Fischbach
Religion Roman Catholic

Michelle Louise Helene Fischbach (born November 3, 1965, age 55) is an attorney and pro-life conservative Republican politician from Minnesota who briefly served as the lieutenant governor of the state[1] following the appointment of the then-incumbent officeholder of the position, Tina Smith, to serve in the United States Senate following the resignation of the disgraced sexual predator Al Franken. Prior to becoming the Lieutenant Governor of Minnesota, Fischbach was a state senator from Minnesota's 13th district and the President of the Minnesota Senate, thus being first in line of succession to becoming the lieutenant governor under state law.

Minnesota Senate

Fischbach voted against a statewide omnibus tax bill in April 2006.[2]

Fischbach voted in May 2007 against a gas and transportation funding tax.[3]

Sen. Fischbach voted in favor of largely banning state funding for abortions.[4]

Fischbach voted in May 2009 against the statewide legalization of medical marijuana.[5]

Sen. Fischbach voted against the statewide legal recognition of same-sex "marriage".[6]

Fischbach voted in April 2014 against raising the minimum wage.[7]

Fischbach voted in May 2018 in favor of amending Minnesota's state tax law.[8]

2020 U.S. House election in Minnesota's 7th district

It was announced on September 2, 2019 that Fischbach was officially running for United States House of Representatives to challenge incumbent moderate DINO Collin Peterson for the latter's long-held seat in a conservative district.[9] Her bid is endorsed by President Donald Trump,[10] movement conservative Michele Bachmann,[11] and the NRLC.[12]

Republican primary

Fischbach won her party's primary election to face Peterson in the general election.[13]

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