House 1929-30 (District 35); Senate 1931-57 (District 35)
Party when first elected: Nonpartisan Election
Parochial and Public Schools; Elementary School; Minneapolis North High School; Secondary; Graduate, 1919St. Thomas College; B.A.; Minnesota College of Law; Law Degree; Law
Ruth Kammerer (married in 1931; she died on January 9, 2005)
Four children: Kathleen and Sheila (daughters), Gerald and James "Jim" (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:
He moved to Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota in 1907."He was a product of Democratic north Minneapolis…However, Mullin was usually aligned with conservative Republicans and DFLers, who formed a majority in the senate during that era, and was long at odds with the liberal members of his own party." (Obituary, Star Tribune, April 29, 1982)He was captain of the St. Thomas College football team in 1924. He served as an assistant football coach there from 1929-1931.He became President of Minnegasco after he left the Minnesota Senate.He was a member of the Board of Trustees for St. Thomas College in St. Paul, Minnesota.He died at St. Mary's Hospital in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota. His funeral was held at St. Austin's Catholic Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota.Religion provided by his obituary.