Mee Moua
Minnesota State Senator
District 67

Majority Whip
Vice Chair, Transportation Policy and Budget Division


State Senator Mee Moua was first elected to the Minnesota Senate in a special election in January 2002. Her legislative accomplishments include funding for the Phalen Corridor and Metropolitan State University Library, making it easier to build affordable housing, and improving tax policies for low income Minnesotans. She also fought to protect civil rights and to secure funding for crime victims. Senator Moua is a Majority Whip, Vicechair of the Transportation Policy and Budget Committee, and serves on the Tax Committee and the Health and Family Security Committee.


In addition to being a member of the Senate, Senator Moua is an attorney. She has degrees from Brown University, a Masters of Public Policy from the University of Texas-Austin, and her law degree from the University of Minnesota. Senator Moua is a member of the Democratic National Committee and a board member on the Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum.


Born in Laos, Senator Moua immigrated to the U.S. in 1978 and currently lives on St. Paulís East Side with her husband Yee Chang and their two children, Chase and Sheng. She was the nationís first Hmong American elected to a state legislature.

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