|Minnesota House of Representatives District 60A|
Kelliher earned her MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and BA in History/Political Science from Gustavus Adolphus College.
She served as Minority Whip from 2002-2006, was a Constituent Liaison for the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1991-1995, and a Community Organizer for the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association from 1995-1997.
Kelliher is a member of the Basilica of Saint Mary, Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association, League of Women Voters, Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, and the Minnesota 4-H Foundation. She is married and has 2 children.
Not a member of any committees
Kelliher ran for governor in 2010. Although she won the party's endorsement, Kelliher lost in the August 10 primary to Mark Dayton by less than 1%.
|2010 Race for Governor - Democrat Primary|
|Mark Dayton (D)||41.0%|
|Matt Entenza (D)||18.2%|
|Peter Idusogie (D)||0.7%|
|Margaret Anderson Kelliher (D)||40.1%|
Margaret Kelliher raised $74,507 for her campaign.
|Minnesota House of Representatives, District 60A (2008)|
|Margaret Kelliher (DFL)||17,609||80.23%|
|Eric Franzen (R)||4,263||19.42%|
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- Minnesota House of Representatives - Rep. Margaret Kelliher
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|Minnesota State House District 60A
| Succeeded by|
Marion Greene (D)
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