Ted Mondale
American politician
Ted Mondale
Theodore A. "Ted" Mondale is a politician and entrepreneur. He is the elder son of the former senator, ambassador and Vice President Walter Mondale and Joan Mondale. He is a former Minnesota state senator and former CEO of Nazca Solutions, Inc. - a technology fulfillment venture based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Minnesota Vikings Stadium: Mondale Named MSFA Executive Director
Daily Norseman - over 4 years
The man that played a vital role in getting the bill for a new Minnesota Vikings' stadium passed through the state legislature will now be in charge of overseeing its construction. Ted Mondale, who was formerly the chairman of the Minneapolis Sports Facilities Commission, was named as the executive director of the newly-former Minneapolis Sports Facilities Association. The vote was taken at the Association's first meeting on Friday. As the executive director, Mondale will be overseeing pretty much every aspect of the day-to-day operations of the construction of the Vikings' new home. The project will be one of the biggest construction projects in the history of the state of Minnesota, with a price tag totaling just short of $975 million. Mondale stated that the team was still hoping to break ground on the new stadium this coming spring, and that the stadium will be ready to go for the opening kickoff of the 2016 NFL season. To the best of my knowledge, the current plan ...
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Mondale named as CEO of Vikings stadium authority
The Bemidji Pioneer - over 4 years
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Ted Mondale has been named chief executive of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority.
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Downey: Vikings Stadium 'Too Big, Too Fancy, Too Expensive'
Edina Patch - almost 5 years
Editor's Note: The following comes from State Rep. Keith Downey (R-Edina). The views expressed are solely his and do not reflect those of Patch. For those following the debate on state funding for the Vikings stadium, you are already aware that the bill passed the House and Senate. It is now off to a Conference Committee to resolve the differences, which are substantial. For those that contacted me along the way, thank you for weighing in! I am a lifelong Vikings fan and don't want them leaving Minnesota. But I voted against the current stadium bill, and barring major changes to the bill in conference committee will not support its final passage. In a nutshell, it is too big, too fancy, too expensive, the state funding doesn’t work, and the state is on the hook for the entire $600+ million of public financing until Minneapolis starts to help pay back the debt in 2021. Passion for the Minnesota Vikings doesn’t mean we put Minnesota judgment on the shelf. We have time to deve ...
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Vikings stadium vote could come Monday
Hometown Source - almost 5 years
That the most ballyhooed vote of the legislative session could be only two days away has not escaped attention at the State Capitol. Vikings stadium advocates lined a committee room table at a media availability May 4, restating their cases for supporting the legislation that looks to build a new $975 million Vikings stadium at the site of the Metrodome. “This absolutely has to pass,” said Sen. Julie Rosen, R-Fairmont, Senate stadium bill author. “I haven’t even thought about it,” she said of the idea of her bill crashing on the Republican Senate floor. Minnesota Vikings stadium front man Lester Bagley described the needed stadium votes as “within striking distance.” Bagley had only generous words for one lawmaker, House Speaker Kurt Zellers, R-Maple Grove, who recently said he could not support the stadium bill, which contains electronic pull-tabs and bingo provisions, in its current form. “He’s a good man,” said Bagley of Zellers. “He’s (Zellers) a Vikings fan.” Althoug ...
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Vikings’ stadium bill begins to move in the Senate
Star News - almost 5 years
by T.W. Budig ECM Capitol reporter A Senate committee today (April 20) passed the first Vikings’ stadium bill in the Senate this legislative session, Sen. Julie Rosen’s bill passing the Senate Local Government and Elections Committee on an 8 to 6 vote. An intense Sen. Julie Rosen, R-Fairmont, turns to speak with Dayton Administration stadium front man Ted Mondale during a Senate hearing today (April 20). Rosen saw her stadium bill clear its first Senate committee. (Photo by T.W. Budig) “I think it helped to have the (National Football League) Commissioner here,” said Rosen after the vote, alluding to the visit of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to the State Capitol this morning to meet with the governor and legislative leaders. Rosen’s bill had been laying on the table in Chairman Ray Vandeveer’s committee for weeks — Vandeveer personally voted against the bill. But he suggested the bill, passed without recommendation onto the Senate Jobs and Economic Growth Committee, cou ...
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Funeral for Eleanor Mondale set for Oct. 5 - Pioneer Press
Google News - over 5 years
She is survived by her husband, Chan Poling, longtime Twin Cities musician and founding member of the Suburbs and the New Standards; her parents, Walter and Joan Mondale; and her brothers, Ted Mondale, a former state senator and chairman of the ... -
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Eleanor Poling, 51, Ex-Vice President's Daughter
NYTimes - over 5 years
Eleanor Mondale Poling, a former television and radio personality and the daughter of former Vice President Walter F. Mondale, died early Saturday at her farm in Prior Lake, Minn. She was 51. The cause was brain cancer, which she had been battling since 2005, her family said. ''She was a wonderful daughter,'' Mr. Mondale said in a telephone
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The Score: Vikes Push for New Stadium; Stars File for Bankruptcy - The Am Law Daily
Google News - over 5 years
Earlier this year, Dayton announced the appointment of former state legislator Ted Mondale to chair the Minneapolis Sports Facilities Commission. Mondale is a key cog in the stadium debate. Another week, seemingly another bankruptcy battle involving a
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'Greater MSP' to Promote Dakota County Business Climate - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Representatives of Greater MSP, including but not limited to its Chief Executive Officer Mike Langley and Metropolitan Sports Commission Chair Ted Mondale, were also present. Dakota County Commissioner and Board Chair Joe Harris welcomed everyone,
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Local officials brainstorm with economic development non-profit - Chisago County Press
Google News - over 5 years
Ted Mondale, a Greater MSP official, told those gathered that a Region Advisory Council will be named to oversee activities and represent the region in high level planning. There should be a "rollout" of the "Greater MSP" October 11 at Pantages Theatre
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Prospect of a convention center shocks stadium watchers - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
The Metropolitan Council, along with Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chairman Ted Mondale, is leading the review. Met Council spokeswoman Meredith Salsbery said, "We are working with and have asked the Vikings and Ramsey County for
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Viking stadium advocates busy trying to contain lots of 'little fires' of ... - MinnPost.com
Google News - over 5 years
But Metropolitan Council Chairwoman Susan Haigh and Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chairman Ted Mondale — responsible for reviewing the former munitions plant site — said the issue isn't that simple and could take years to investigate
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With a stadium to build, Mondale adds a job - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Ted Mondale's new post is with an organization that aims to boost economic development in the Twin Cities. Ted Mondale said that, while putting a stadium deal together is politically difficult, it's not complicated. As the Minnesota Vikings continue
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Stadium review: No promises - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
But Metropolitan Council Chair Susan Haigh and Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chair Ted Mondale, given the job of delivering the analysis, are more cautious. They said they're on a strictly neutral fact-finding mission to identify potential
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Dayton Requests Fast Review of Arden Hills Proposal - Twin Cities Business (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The review, which Metropolitan Sports Commission Chairman Ted Mondale thinks will take 30 to 40 days, could pave the way for a special legislative session to address the proposal this fall. Governor Mark Dayton has requested an immediate review of the
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Debate Over New Vikings Stadium Continues - KAALtv.com
Google News - over 5 years
Mark Dayton directed Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission Chariman Ted Mondale and Metropolitan Council Chairwoman Susan Haigh to conduct analysis of the risks and costs of the site. Once the check is done, a special session could be called in
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Ending to Mondale marriage 'all about peace' - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Pam Mondale did not obfuscate when asked Thursday if she was still married to Ted Mondale, son of the former vice president. But you're getting a divorce? "Yeah," she said, while looking terrific and adding a playful "I'm all about peace
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Ted Mondale
    FIFTIES
  • 2011
    Age 53
    In 2011, he was named chair of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission by Governor Mark Dayton.
    More Details Hide Details Mondale is separated from his wife, Pam, with whom he has three children. Mondale's sister, Eleanor Mondale (1960–2011), was a television personality who began her television career at a Minneapolis local network affiliate, and moved on to the E! Online cable channel and eventually the CBS show "This Morning." She has also had small roles in a few movies and TV shows. She had brain cancer from 2005 until her death from the disease at age 51. She co-hosted WCCO Radio's midday show with Susie Jones, following the retirement of Pat Miles. Mondale's brother, William H. Mondale, is an attorney and a former Assistant Attorney General for the State of Minnesota from 1990 to 2000.
  • FORTIES
  • 1998
    Age 40
    After serving in the Minnesota State Senate, Mondale sought the Democratic primary nomination for Minnesota governor in 1998.
    More Details Hide Details Coincidentally, the race included three other candidates from families famously connected in Minnesota politics: Skip Humphrey, the son of Vice President Hubert Humphrey (then Attorney General); Mark Dayton of the Dayton Department Store dynasty (then State Auditor); and Mike Freeman, son of former governor Orville Freeman (then Hennepin County, Minnesota district attorney). Mondale, more fiscally moderate than the other candidates and who had distanced himself from labor, did not prevail in the primary. Later, in 1999, Mondale was appointed chairman of the Metropolitan Council in the Cabinet of Governor Jesse Ventura. He oversaw the initiation of high density housing/retail development in the Twin Cities, as well as light-rail transportation planning from the suburban areas to the central cities.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1957
    Born
    Born in 1957.
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