|Missouri House Of Representatives District 131|
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| Term in office ended|
Ruestman served as District Coordinator for U.S. Congressman Mel Hancock from 1989-1996, was Co-Owner of the Ruestman Construction/Real Estate Development Company, and District Director for Missouri State Senator Marvin Singleton.
She is Secretary of the House Majority Caucus, President of Women Legislators of Missouri, and a member of the Boys and Girls Club, First United Methodist Church, Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce, Joplin Federated Republican Women, Metro Exchange Club, and Soroptimist International. She is married and has three children.
- Rural Community Development
- Conservation and Natural Resources (Vice-Chairman)
- Senior Citizen Advocacy
- Special Standing Committee on Professional Registration and Licensing
Marilyn Ruestman raised $89,499 for her campaign.
|Missouri House of Representatives, District 131|
|Marilyn Ruestman (R)||13,040||100.0%|
Listed below are the five largest contributors to Marilyn Ruestman's 2008 campaign.
|127th Republican Legislative District CMTE||$9,450|
|126th Republican Legislative District CMTE||$7,125|
|131st Republican Legislative District CMTE||$4,725|
|CMTE for Responsible Government||$3,000|
|Crowell for Senate||$2,450|
- Missouri House of Representatives - Rep. Marilyn Ruestman
- Project Vote Smart profile
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2004, 2002
|Missouri State House District 131
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