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Wolf, Pam

Senate 2011-2012 (District 51)

Party when first elected:  Republican

Counties Served:  Anoka, Ramsey


Date of Birth: 11/26/1963 (uncertain)
Birth Place: ,
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Gender: Female
Religion: Christian
Reported Minority: None Reported
Other Names:
Former Name: Mens
City of Residence (when first elected): Spring Lake Park
Occupation (when first elected): Teacher, Pines School/Golf Instructor


Irondale High School; Secondary; Graduate, 1982
Bethel College; B.A.; 1986



Spouse: Divorced (2000); Brian (when first elected)
Children: Two children: Kevin and Justin (sons)
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:


Special Legislative Concerns: education, transportation, taxes.

She moved to Spring Lake Park, Minnesota around 1992.

She coached middle school, high school, and college level fastpitch, basketball, and soccer.

She was a member of New Brighton Christian Church.

She ran unsuccessfully for the Minnesota House of Representatives in the 2004 election.

She ran unsuccessfully for the Minnesota Senate in the 2006 and 2012 elections.

She ran unsuccessfully for Senate District 39 in the 2022 election.

Religion provided by her 2010 campaign website.

Total Days Served: 735


87th Legislative Session (2011-2012)

  Session Details
Body: Senate
District: 51
Elected: 11/2/2010
Residence: Spring Lake Park
Term of Office: 1/4/2011 to 1/7/2013
Counties Represented: Anoka, Ramsey
Occupation: Teacher, Pines School/Golf Instructor
Party: Republican
Bills Authored: Chief Author     Author
Special Session Bills Authored:     2011 1st Sp.S. - Author
  • Education
  • Local Government and Elections
  • Transportation
Leadership Position: Assistant Majority Whip
Leadership Notes: She was selected for this position in 2012.
No other information has been entered for this legislator.
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