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Carol Dyke

Carol Dyke

Carol Dyke (born 1938) is a former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives.[1] She received her bachelor's degree in psychology at the University of Minnesota.[1] She was living in Worthington, Minnesota when she was elected for district 28A on November 6, 1984 where she represented Cottonwood, Murray, and Nobles counties.[1] During her tenure she served as the chair of the Rural Economy subcommittee of the Agriculture Committee as well as serving on committees related to commerce, governmental operations, and local and urban affairs.[1] She ran for re-election against Ted Winter, but lost.[1] After she lost, she moved to Sioux Falls, South Dakota and resigned from her seat (while the legislature was not in session).[1]

Carol Dyke
Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
from the 28A district
In office
January 8, 1985  December 5, 1986
Preceded byBruce W. "Buzz" Anderson
Succeeded byTed Winter
Personal details
BornDecember 1938 (1938-12) (age 83)
Residence(s)Worthington, Minnesota
Alma materUniversity of Minnesota


  1. "Dyke, Carol". Legislators Past and Present. Minnesota Legislative Reference Library. Retrieved 28 July 2012.

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