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Jensen did not to run for re-election in 1980, as he was appointed to the Minnesota Tax Court by Governor Al Quie. He served on the tax court from 1981-1986. Curiously, in 1986, he ran unsuccessfully as a DFL candidate for the Minnesota Senate, despite being a life-long Republican.
After the death of his wife in 1977, Jensen remarried in 1979. His second wife, Patricia, was a member of Governor Quie's staff. He was the father of five children and three stepchildren.
Jensen died of cancer in 1988 at his home in Arden Hills.
Winning TA89, proves that 29 yrs later the County is still manulipating Tax/Election Records unabated now by Current Auditor Mark Oswald acting in concort with
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