Senate 1983-2000 (District 46)
Party when first elected: Democratic-Farmer-Labor
Robbinsdale High School; Secondary; Valedictorian, 1970St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minnesota; B.A.; Psychology and Political Science, Summa Cum Laude, Shared Valedictorian, 1974St. Thomas University; M.B.A.; 1991Duke University Law School; J.D.; 1977
Single (when first elected); Michael Junge (first listed in 1994)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
Special Legislative Concerns: education, family violence and children's issues, crime prevention, ethics, business law issues, taxes/taxation, corporate issues, public finance, human services, judiciary, housing, energy, economic development, small business and corporate issues.From 1983-1993 she was listed as Ember Reichgott. From 1994-1996 her last name was listed as Reichgott Junge. From 1997-2000 Reichgott was listed as her middle name and her last name was listed as Junge.She ran as the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party endorsed candidate for Minnesota Attorney General in the 1998 primary election which she lost to Mike Hatch.She sought and lost the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party endorsement to Keith Ellison for the 5th Congressional House District in May 2006. Although she lost the endorsement, she still ran in the Democratic-Farmer-Labor primary which was won by Ellison.
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