Mark Dayton's career

  • Updated: December 27, 2009 - 9:36 PM

MARK DAYTON'S CAREER

1969: B.A. in psychology, Yale University, cum laude

1969-71: Teacher in New York City

1971-75: Social worker in Boston

1975-76: Aide to Sen. Walter Mondale, D-Minn.

1977-78: Aide to Minnesota Gov. Rudy Perpich

1978-79: Minnesota economic development commissioner

1981-82: Candidate for U.S. Senate

1983-86: Minnesota energy and economic development commissioner

1991-95: State auditor

1998: Unsuccessful candidate for governor

2000: Elected to U.S. Senate

2009: Filed papers to run for governor in 2010

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