This page contains links to LEA annual reports on the Minnesota State Legislature. They are .pdf files. Please click on a link to download and view the report. Reports may be freely disseminated.

2016 Report
(.pdf File is 1mb)
2015 Report
(.pdf File is 1mb)
2014 Report
(.pdf File is 1mb)
2013 Report
(.pdf File is 1.13mb)
2012 Report
(.pdf File is 1.13mb)
2011 Report
(.pdf File is 1.18mb)
2010 Report
(.pdf File is 940k)
2009 Report
(.pdf File is 409k)
2008 Report
(.pdf File is 520k)
2007 Report
(.pdf File is 375k)
2006 Report
(.pdf File is 483k)
2005 Report
(.pdf File is 483k)
2004 Report
(.pdf File is 422k)
2003 Report
(.pdf File is 411k)
2002 Report
(.pdf File is 630k)
2001 Report
(.pdf File is 5.84mb)
2000 Report
(.pdf File is 4.73mb)
1999 Report
(.pdf File is 4.80mb)
1998 Report
(.pdf File is 1.69mb)
1997 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1994 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1993 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1992 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1991 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1990 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1989 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1988 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1987 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1986 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1985 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1984 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1983 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1982 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1981 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1980 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1979 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1978 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1977 Report
(.pdf File is 8mb)
1976 Report
(.pdf File is 9mb)
1976 Summary
(.pdf File is 2mb)
1975 Report
(.pdf File is 10mb)
1973 Report
(.pdf File is 32mb)

Comments

LEA Annual Reports — 4 Comments

  1. Thanks. We have fixed it. We just changed our webserver and missed this. Also, we have added earlier reports than what you have on MN Legislature Reference Library page.

  2. If your 2016 report data was available in an Excel format or a delineated data base it would be useful to show the Party performance graphs. I had graphed a previous chart line by line and the showed the two parties on a correct vote was on the positive side % and a wrong vote was on the negative % side. The parties look interesting that way as Bell curves with very little crossover.

    craigjohnson1776@gmail.com

    Thanks

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