|Minnesota House of Representatives, District 25|
| Term in office began|
| Term in office ended|
|Profession||Small business owner|
Brod was being mentioned as a possible contender in the 2010 gubernatorial race to succeed Tim Pawlenty. On May 4, 2010 she announced she would not be seeking re-election to the House. However, she did not run in the gubernatorial race.
Brod earned a BA in Geography from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, followed up by an M.A. in Urban and Regional Studies from Minnesota State University.
Prior to leaving the house, she served on the following committees:
- Taxes (Lead GOP)
- Health Care and Human Services Finance Division
- Health Care and Human Services Policy and Oversight
Brod chose not to run in the 2010 election.
Laura Brod raised $46,949 for her campaign.
|Minnesota House of Representatives, District 25A (2008)|
|Laura Brod (R)||12,589||59.67%|
|Timothy Siebsen (DFL)||8,484||40.21%|
Listed below are the two largest contributors to Laura Brod's 2008 campaign.
|Le Sueur County Republican Party||$2,500|
- Minnesota House of Representatives - Rep. Brod
- Project Vote Smart legislative profile
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- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2004, 2002
- Laura Brod on Facebook
|Minnesota State House District 25A
| Succeeded by|
Laura Brod (R)
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