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Governor  Tim Pawlenty
Name  Annette Meeks
Political party  Republican
Role  Politician
Spouse(s)  John E. "Jack" Meeks
Religion  Christian

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Born  April 12, 1960 (age 55) (1960-04-12)
Alma mater  American Campaign Academy University of Minnesota
Party  Republican Party of Minnesota
Residence  Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Education  University of Minnesota

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Annette Meeks (born April 12, 1960) is a Minnesota Republican politician and a member of the state's Metropolitan Council. She was the 2010 endorsed Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, running with gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer.


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Meeks pursued a degree at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, and also graduated from the American Campaign Academy in Washington, D.C.. She served as deputy chief of staff for House Speaker Newt Gingrich during his time in office. She later served as chief executive officer of the Center of the American Experiment, a conservative think tank, and as the vice chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota. She is the founder and CEO of the Freedom Foundation of Minnesota.

Meeks was appointed to Minnesota's Metropolitan Council in 2003 by Governor Tim Pawlenty. She was reappointed to a second four-year term in 2007. She serves as vice chair of the Council’s Community Development and Transportation Committees.

On April 28, 2010, state representative and gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer named Meeks as his running mate. It was noted that she had previously argued that the position of lieutenant governor should be abolished.


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