Thank you for the privilege of representing you and your neighbors in Dayton, Maple Grove and Rogers in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Every day brings a new challenge and a new reason to be excited about my job and I am very grateful for the confidence you have placed in me. For the past two legislative sessions, I have been honored to be elected House Majority Leader by my colleagues.
As Majority Leader, my duties include serving as Chair of the Rules Committee, scheduling legislation, directing floor debate and helping manage budget and policy negotiations with the Governor and Senate.
It has been an honor to serve as your voice at the Capitol, and I am asking for your support and vote to continue to work on the education, health care, transportation, tax reform and environmental issues facing our state.
I have worked to bring a positive, energetic leadership style to the job, and your suggestions and ideas help me serve you better. Thanks for all your feedback!
Please feel free to contact me by , phone or letter if I can be of any assistance to you or your family. If you have a constituent concern, need help with a state agency, want to sign up for e-mail updates or are looking for legislative information, visit my official House of Representatives website here. I look forward to hearing from you!
It has been an honor to serve as your voice at the Capitol, and I am asking for your support and vote to continue to work on the issues facing our communities.
Joyce (Siegel) Peppin was born in 1970 in Little Falls, Minnesota to Bud and Janet Siegel and grew up baling hay, milking cows and plucking chickens on a family farm in nearby Randall. She graduated from Little Falls High School and became the first in her family to attend college. Joyce graduated from the University of Minnesota-Duluth with Political Science and Speech-Communications degrees.
After college, Joyce worked as a Field Representative for five legislative candidates and then became a Communications Specialist in the Minnesota House of Representatives from 1992-1996. Joyce then went on to become Communications Manager and Vice-President of Public Relations for US Bancorp.
In 2004, Joyce successfully sought Republican endorsement to represent the northwest suburbs in the legislature. She won her first election, a three-way race, with 54 percent of the vote. She was re-elected in 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 with between 64 and 71% of the vote, and in 2014, Joyce was unopposed for re-election.
Joyce is proud to have been awarded international fellowships from the German Marshall Fund of the U.S. and the American Council of Young Political Leaders. In 2015, Joyce participated in the Henry Toll Fellowship Program, an intense leadership training program held by the Council of State Governments for rising state leaders.
In 2007, Joyce earned her MBA degree from the University of St. Thomas and in 2013, her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law. She and her husband, Gregg, are the parents of two children, Mara, and Helena. Joyce is a member of the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce. The Peppin family lives in Rogers and attends Mary Queen of Peace Catholic Church.
Joyce knows our state will prosper when we…
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During her terms of office, Joyce is proud to have been endorsed by the following groups and organizations:
Housing First PAC – (Building Association of the Twin Cities)
I-94 West Chamber of Commerce
MN Chamber of Commerce Leadership PAC
Minnesota Chiropractic Association
Minnesota Dental Association
Minnesota Education League
MN Farm Bureau Political Action Committee
Minnesota Gun Owners
Minnesota Police & Peace Officers Association
National Rifle Association – “A” grade
Police Officers Alliance of Minnesota
Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis
Republican Liberty Caucus of Minnesota
Taxpayers League Victory Fund
TwinWest Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee
Legislator of the Year – Builders Association of the Twin Cities
People Incorporated Award
Prevent Child Abuse Award
Minnesota School Boards Association Award
Maple Grove Hospital Award