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President Obama Nominates Sharon Lubinski for U.S. Marshal for the District of Minnesota

THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
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For Immediate Release                                                      October 13, 2009
President Obama Nominates Sharon Lubinski
for U.S. Marshal for the District of Minnesota
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, President Obama nominated Sharon Lubinski for U.S. Marshal for the District of Minnesota. Lubinski is the Assistant Chief of Police at the Minneapolis Police Department, where she has served for 20 years.
"Assistant Chief Lubinski has dedicated her career to the noble cause of protecting her fellow Americans," said President Obama. "She has displayed exceptional courage in the pursuit of justice, and I am honored to nominate her today to continue her selfless work as a U.S. Marshal for the District of Minnesota."
Sharon Lubinski: Nominee for the District of Minnesota
Sharon Lubinski is the Assistant Chief of Police at the Minneapolis Police Department. She has served in the Minneapolis Police Department for 20 years, 10 of those years in command positions. Prior to joining the Minneapolis Police Department, she spent eight years with the Dane County Sheriff’s Department in Madison, Wisconsin. She is currently a member of the community faculty at Metropolitan State University School of Criminal Justice. Lubinski earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Master’s from Hamline University, where she is also currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Public Administration.