Weber announces state Senate re-election bid
Senator Bill Weber announced his bid for a second term Monday to the Minnesota State Senate.
Weber, who was first elected to District 22 in 2012, announced his re-election in a press release.
“I believe that I have been a strong voice for common sense government and for protecting and advancing the interests of southwest Minnesota,” Weber wrote.
Since being elected senator, Weber has served continuously on four legislative committees: education; environment and energy; jobs, ag and rural development; and environment, economic development and agriculture finance.
In addition, Weber has served on the Senate Rural Task Force, Permanent School Land Trust Committee and co-chairman of the GOP Rural Caucus.
“Work does remain and I pledge my dedication to continuing the battle for better government and a better Minnesota,” Weber concluded.
The general election takes place Nov. 8.