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Board of Governors Member

Phone: (507) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: m***@***.com
Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC
91246 390Th Avenue
Heron Lake , Minnesota 56137
United States

Company Description: Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC, a Minnesota limited liability company, is a 50-million gallon coal-fired ethanol production facility near Heron Lake, Minnesota.

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Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC, 12 Nov 2014 [cached]
Marty Seifert Alternate
Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC 91246 390th Ave. Heron Lake, MN 56137 (507)793.0077 Email:
Granite Falls Energy, LLC, 23 April 2014 [cached]
Marty Seifert Alternate
Marty Seifert Sets Run For ..., 8 July 2009 [cached]
Marty Seifert Sets Run For Governor In Motion
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Marty Seifert Sets Run For Governor In Motion
Marty Seifert
Marty Seifert, who steered House Republicans through three tumultuous legislative sessions, began his bid Tuesday to trade up to the Minnesota governor's office.
He set off on a four-day, 14-city tour of the state at a high-tech factory in this Twin Cities suburb. He said he wanted to drive home his planned emphasis on jobs.
"It's not just what you say. It's not just how you say it. But it's also where you say it: We need job opportunities in this great state. We need economic opportunities in this great state," Seifert said. "It will be my top priority."
At 37, Seifert is aiming to become the youngest Minnesota governor in 70 years and the first from outside the Twin Cities metropolitan area elected since 1986. He lives in Marshall, a city closer to the South Dakota border than it is to St. Paul.
Standing with his family in the factory's parts warehouse, Seifert offered a sneak peak at his agenda. He said he would try to fuel job growth by easing permitting and licensing. He said he would attempt to hold down property taxes by requiring local governments to hold a referendum to increase spending above a certain level. He said he would change education by boosting the amount of time children are in the classroom.
Seifert ticked off the jobs he's held since his boyhood days on a southwestern Minnesota farm: picking vegetables, serving ice cream, delivering pizzas, teaching and legislating during seven statehouse terms. He relinquished his minority leader title last month in anticipation of the campaign.
"The values I grew up with have everything to do with my run for governor," Seifert said.
Seifert said he's undaunted by the challenge.
"I view the deficit as an opportunity," he said. "I don't view the deficit as something that is going to be punitive." -------
Seifert was born in Springfield, Minn.
Republican gubernatorial candidate ..., 4 April 2010 [cached]
Republican gubernatorial candidate Marty Seifert makes visit to Park Rapids
Republican candidate for governor Marty Seifert made a whistle stop appearance in Park Rapids Thursday evening, reminding his audience the state is at a fundamental crossroads.
Marty Seifert
Marty Seifert, center, and John Carlson, right, a candidate for Senate Dist.
Seifert spoke before an audience of about 25 on his aspirations to downsize state government. (Jean Ruzicka / Enterprise)
Republican candidate for governor Marty Seifert made a whistle stop appearance in Park Rapids Thursday evening, reminding his audience the state is at a fundamental crossroads.
"I love this state too much to see it become a smaller California," he said of people exiting the Pacific state at a rate of 1,000 per day. "They are leaving behind a bureaucratic nightmare."
Minnesota government is the state's largest employer, he said. "Government is too big, too expensive and has too much power. We need to downsize," he said of "fundamentally deconstructing state government.
"And that person in Washington is crushing the country, billions at a time," he said of President Obama. He took exception to the federal government micromanaging schools, citing No Child Left Behind. Historically, decisions on schools have been made at the local level, he said. "Somewhere along the line, the federal government became involved."
Seifert said he's running on "fundamental principles," noting "this is a wonderful state, a great place to raise a family. But it's a tough place to do business."
Minnesota, he reminded his audience, has the third highest corporate tax rate in the world. "And we're now competing with countries like South Korea. He cited corporations such as Medtronic's move to Texas as examples of the state's attrition.
Initiating an enterprise like Schwan's "would be ludicrous now."
Seifert said he and wife Traci recently spent nine hours filling out paperwork for a business, neighboring states requiring a fraction of this. "We're drowning entrepreneurship."
He's proposing a "structural downsizing of government… We will offend," he predicts.
Seifert suggests the state sell a portion of government owned land, noting the state is the fourth biggest landowner in the country.
He pointed out the state is facing a zero balance in budget reserves, "a sad testament to Democrat-run government.
"It's critical to win the governor's race," he told the 20-plus group of Republicans, "or we're looking at a single party rule."
But Seifert cautioned he cannot win with just the GOP vote. "We have to grab people who share our perspective, our values," he said of conservative Democrats.
"Government is a self-serving bureaucracy," he said, "a parasite that kills its host."
Republican gubernatorial candidate Marty Seifert makes visit to Park Rapids (5)
Back in April, then-Republican candidate ..., 27 July 2010 [cached]
Back in April, then-Republican candidate for Governor Marty Seifert sent out a letter from a woman whose husband and son were injured by a drunk driver. Like the ABM ad, that letter linked Emmer's legislative positions to his DWI past.
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