Gail Kulick Jackson

Legislator, Person

1959 –

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Who is Gail Kulick Jackson?

Gail Kulick Jackson is a Minnesota politician and a former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives who represented District 16A, which includes portions of Benton, Mille Lacs, Morrison and Sherburne counties in the west central part of the state. A Democrat, she is also an attorney.

Jackson was first elected in 2008, succeeding six-term Rep. Sondra Erickson. She was subsequently unseated in a re-match with Erickson in the 2010 general election. She was vice chair of the House's Civil Justice Committee, and was a member of the Public Safety Policy and Oversight Committee. She also served on the Finance subcommittees for the Early Childhood Finance and Policy Division and the Energy Finance and Policy Division.

Jackson graduated from Anoka High School in Anoka in 1977, then went on to Hamline University in Saint Paul and to St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, where she received her B.A. summa cum laude in Classical Music in 1982. She earned her J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1985. She was an associate attorney with Gunderson and Swanson from 1985–1986, and has been an attorney with and owner of Kulick Law Office in Milaca since 1986. She was a public defender in Mille Lacs County from 1986–1993, city attorney for the cities of Foreston and Onamia from 1990–2000, and city attorney for the city of Milaca in 1994.

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Born
May 29, 1959
Browerville
Religion
  • Congregational church
Profession
Education
  • St. Cloud State University
  • University of Minnesota Law School
  • Hamline University
  • Anoka High School
Lived in
  • Milaca

Submitted
on July 23, 2013