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Boe, Greg

House 2019-Present (District 47B)

Party when first elected:  Republican

Counties Served:  Carver


Date of Birth: 9/8/1959
Birth Place: , South Dakota
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Gender: Male
Reported Minority: None Reported
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City of Residence (when first elected): Chaska
Occupation (when first elected): Environmental Services Department Manager


Minnesota State University; B.S.; Environmental Science
Minnesota State University; M.P.A.; Public Administration


State Board/Commission/Council: SouthWest Transit; [Dates Unknown]
County Board/Commissioner: Carver County, Minnesota (Planning Commission); [Dates Unknown]
County Government: Carver County, Minnesota (Environmental Services Department Manager); [Dates Unknown]
Municipal Board/Commission: Chaska, Minnesota (Planning Commission); [Dates Unknown]
Municipal Council/Aldermen: Chaska, Minnesota (City Council; 10 years); 01/2009 to 01/2019


Spouse: Debbie
Children: Two children
Family Members Who Have Served in the Minnesota Legislature:


Total Days Served: 780


92nd Legislative Session (2021-2022)

  Session Details
Body: House
District: 47B
Elected: 11/3/2020
Residence: Chanhassen
Term of Office: 1/5/2021 to 1/2/2023
Counties Represented: Carver
Occupation: Environmental services department manager
Party: Republican
Bills Authored: Chief Author     Author

91st Legislative Session (2019-2020)

  Session Details
Body: House
District: 47B
Elected: 11/6/2018
Residence: Chaska
Term of Office: 1/8/2019 to 1/4/2021
Counties Represented: Carver
Occupation: Environmental Services Department Manager
Party: Republican
Bills Authored: Chief Author     Author
Special Session Bills Authored:     2020 2nd Sp.S. - Author
  • Environment and Natural Resources Policy Minutes
  • Ways & Means: Energy and Climate Finance & Policy Division Minutes
  • Ways & Means: Legacy Finance Division Minutes
Session Notes: His margin of victory over Donzel Leggett was 117 votes. Leggett requested a discretionary recount for which Leggett would pay. Leggett withdrew the recount after three precincts were counted for this discretionary recount, as permitted by law, so the totals reverted back to the prior totals.
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Session Interview (Video) 2019 House Interview

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