Senator Chuck Wiger


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Wiger Portrait

Charles “Chuck” Wiger (born September 1951) represents SD 43, which includes all or parts of the cities of Birchwood, Mahtomedi, Maplewood, North Saint Paul, Oakdale, White Bear Lake, and Willernie. He was elected to the Senate in 1996, and has been re-elected five times.

Chuck has five children, and four grandchildren, and lives in Maplewood. Chuck graduated from North High School, Hamline University (B.A., magna cum laude, J.D.) and the University of Colorado (Boulder) School for Institution Management. In addition to serving in the Senate, he works at Securian Financial Group as an attorney. Before joining the Senate, he managed several area chambers of commerce.

Chuck has been active in education policy issues since he was 21 and first elected to the District 622 North Saint Paul – Maplewood – Oakdale School Board. He was elected seven times and completed his final term as board chair. Chuck also served as a supervisor and chair of the Ramsey County Soil & Water Conservation District Board. From 1983 to 1989, he also served as a member of the Metropolitan Council, representing parts of suburban Ramsey, Washington, and Hennepin Counties.


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    Congrats to the White Bear Lake high school students who attended the self-driving car event hosted by the White Bear Chamber. L to R are Sara Paul, Frank Malone, Baylee Brunell, Tristan Kemp, Bryce Debilzan, Mark Garrison, Tim Wald. Interesting😀 glimpse of the future! ...

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    Thanks so much to the hearty neighbors who braved 8-below temps to attend our Town Hall meetings in Mahtomedi and Oakdale on Saturday, Jan. 6. Topics discussed: elder abuse, car tabs/licensing, workforce training, education, mental health service delivery, autism, the opiate crisis and balancing the state budget. Civic engagement is the heart of democracy! Deeply appreciate the participation. ...

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    Discussed water issues and other matters today with Sen. Roger Chamberlain and White Bear Lake Mayor Jo Emerson. Working to find solutions! ...

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