Steven Bosacker files, 1999-2002.

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Minnesota. Governor (1999-2003 : Ventura). Steven Bosacker files, 1999-2002.

Steven Bosacker files, 1999-2002.

Files kept by Steven Bosacker, Governor Ventura's chief of staff. The correspondence files appear to be copies of letters prepared by Bosacker for the Governor's signature, mainly to state agency heads, state and federal legislators, and corporate executives. The subject files document the Governor's various trips while in office, particularly trade missions to Canada, China, Cuba, and Germany, visits to Washington, D.C., and tours of the state in 2000 and 2001; the stadium issue; his Congressional testimony; federal priorities documents; Vice President Al Gore's 2000 campaign visits; the LTV Steel Company bankruptcy; University of Minnesota regent selection; and the 2002 office transition.

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