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Georgia-Pacific LLC
Georgia-Pacific Corp.
133 Peachtree Street, N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
United States

Company Description: Georgia-Pacific LLC, formerly Georgia-Pacific Corporation, is a manufacturer and marketer of tissue, packing, paper, building products and related chemicals. The...   more

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  • St. Louis County Commissioner
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St. Louis County Commissioner Chris ..., 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
St. Louis County Commissioner Chris Dahlberg
Duluth - August 21, 2013 - St. Louis County Commissioner Chris Dahlberg today confirmed that he is running for Minnesota's U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen.
"I realize that I'm not well known outside of Northeastern Minnesota, so the only way to change that is to meet as many people as I can during the coming year," said Dahlberg.
Below is additional background about Dahlberg:
Dahlberg was once a factory worker at Georgia-Pacific's now-closed Superwood plant in Duluth, where he was a union member with United Paper Workers International.
-An Iraq War Veteran who was mobilized to Baghdad, Iraq in 2004-2005, Dahlberg has more than 25 years of service in the U.S. Army Reserves. He is schooled in Mandarin-Chinese by the military at the Presidio.  Dahlberg has been qualified in three branches: Engineer; Civil Affairs; and Judge Advocate General (JAG). He will retire from the military on October 1, 2013.
Chris Dahlberg, representing ..., 24 Sept 2014 [cached]
Chris Dahlberg, representing the Third District, was the only commissioner to vote against the proposal.
Dahlberg leads in quest for ..., 30 May 2014 [cached]
Dahlberg leads in quest for Republican Senate endorsement
Chris Dahlberg
Chris Dahlberg
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- St. Louis County Commissioner Chris Dahlberg was holding an unexpected lead in the race for Republican Party backing for U.S. Senate on Friday night, but there was no endorsement by midevening.
Dahlberg pitched himself to delegates as "a true conservative" and "a fiery candidate that can take Al Franken on."
After three rounds, Dahlberg was about 360 votes short of endorsement.
Dahlberg and Ortman have said they will drop out if someone else is endorsed.
Dahlberg, 52, of Duluth has been a member of the St. Louis County Board of Commissioners since 2008. He spent 25 years in the Army Reserve, serving in Iraq in 2004-05. He served on the Duluth City Council from 1992-94.
He said he's in the race in order to secure a prosperous future for his young daughter, Maija, and other children and also in honor of a fallen soldier he did not know whose picture was posted outside his Army headquarters in Baghdad as a reminder that "the price of freedom isn't free."
In the first ballot, Dahlberg got 25 percent to McFadden's 23.
In the second ballot, Dahlberg increased his vote share to 33 percent, followed by McFadden with 25, Ortman with 20, and Parrish with 17.
St. Louis County's Chris ..., 31 May 2014 [cached]
St. Louis County's Chris Dahlberg inched toward the needed 60 percent of party backing as voting at the party's convention in Rochester stretched into the night.
Dahlberg played up geography in making his case. While he serves as a commissioner elected without party designation, his campaign team stressed his standing as a Republican in northeastern Minnesota, where Democrats usually run up big numbers.
Chris Dahlberg, a St. Louis ..., 5 June 2014 [cached]
Chris Dahlberg, a St. Louis County commissioner, came within a whisker of winning the endorsement. He led all through the first day of balloting, and it took overnight arm-twisting for McFadden to wrest the endorsement away.
Dahlberg was interesting to me only because I did a story on him nine years ago when I worked in Duluth. At the time, I had no idea that he was even thinking about a political career. He had just returned from a year with the Army in Iraq, and was trying to restart his small law practice. I wanted to talk to him about Iraq, and he had some really interesting insights.
Dahlberg asked her what she was going to do. She replied something to the effect, "What else can I do? I'm going to get my gun and kill him."
With no other recourse, such as the rule of law, that's how Iraqis settled disputes. It gave Dahlberg a new appreciation for what we have in this nation.
I suspect you will be hearing more from Dahlberg in the future, but first you will be hearing plenty this summer from those continuing to run. Stay tuned.
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