GOPAC, a Republican group that aims to train and elect Republicans to state Legislatures across the country, has announced that incoming Senate President Michelle Fischbach will be on the organization’s 2011 Legislative Leaders Advisory Board.
“We are delighted that our 2011 Legislative Leaders Advisory Board is comprised of so many distinguished leaders from legislative chambers across the country. We will call upon our Advisory Board to help us promote the ideas and policies that Republicans at the state level are implementing to get spending under control, create lasting private sector jobs and deliver essential public services in innovative ways and at less cost,” said GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli in a news release. “We will also be working closely with our Advisory Board to elect and develop a new generation of Republican leaders.”
Fischbach will serve a one year term.
Fischbach is joining the group at a time when Republicans took control of both the House and Senate in Minnesota. Her caucus elected her Senate president a few weeks after the election. She officially starts the role on January 4th.