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7th District: Michael Barrett


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Michael Barrett, who manages the pharmacy at Long Prairie Memorial Hospital, describes himself as a conservative in the mold of Ronald Reagan. He says he wants to limit government, cut taxes and protect private property rights. He opposes legalized abortion and supports gun rights.

Candidate Bio

Michael Barrett
Political affiliation:
Republican Party
Born:
March 18, 1952
Osakis, MN.
Personal:
Married to Inga. One son, Gabe. One stepdaughter, Varya.
Resides in Browerville.
Occupation:
Pharmacy manager at Long Prairie Memorial Hospital
Education:
Pharmacy degree from the North Dakota State University College of Pharmacy in Fargo, ND.
Major political experience:

Campaign Finances

Total contributions:
$34,126
Total disbursements
$31,440
Cash on hand
$2,684

Source: Political MoneyLine
October 2006

Links & Resources

Web site:
Document www.barrettforcongress06.com

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