Sandy Rummel (DFL) is a state senator from District 53. She is running for re-election. Sandy was first elected to the Minnesota Senate in 2006. She represents White Bear Lake, White Bear Township, Shoreview, North Oaks, Lino Lakes, Circle Pines and Lexington. She serves on Education Committees, Environment Committee and Energy Committee.
Sandy is working on renewable energy innovation including a bill to facilitate the development of algae oil based on University of Minnesota research and a bill to establish a solar testing facility in Minnesota that will accelerate entrepreneurial work in solar technology.
She was appointed as a Fellow to the Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership development.
She is the chief author of the Healthy Children's Products Act.
She was appointed vice chair of the education policy committee, Sandy worked to reform the way student achievement is measured, making it fairer and giving parents a clearer idea of how students are progressing in school.
See Sandy's website for more information about all the good things she has done.
I've met Sandy Rumel a couple of times. She's friendly, compassionate, knowledgeable and cares deeply about her constituents.