Vote! For this election, you will be voting for a governor, state senator, and a state representative. They all have a major impact on youth work, youth workers, and our young people. Learn where they stand. This is your MN Youth Intervention voter guide.

Our young people need legislators that support Youth Intervention! 

A major theme of this election is public safety and Youth Intervention falls under public safety at the Minnesota Capitol. The candidates voted into office will be passing laws and making funding decisions that will affect our young people and your programs for the next two years. As state lawmakers grapple over how to reimagine public safety, it’s imperative they understand now, before election day, that Youth Intervention is hands down the best public safety strategy available to them.
Where do your candidates stand on Youth Intervention?
If you’re not sure of your district or who your candidates are, click here to find out. We’ve sent a quick questionnaire to all 390 candidates for the 201 state legislative seats and asked them just one basic question, “Do you see the financial and social benefits of community-based Youth Intervention as a means to improve public safety and save taxpayer money?”
We’ll post their replies to our questionnaire on this web page as we receive them, right up until Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

This election is so important and our young people need your help! If your candidates have not replied yet, call them or email them and ask them to complete the questionnaire. Tell them you believe strongly in Youth Intervention and our young people and that you’ll be casting your vote in favor of candidates that do too!

Youth Intervention Questionnaire responses for Minnesota legislative candidates are below.
Name District Party Support YI Comment Phone Website Email
Mark Johnson 1 R 2182803579
Steve Green 2 R 2182808042
Leonard Alan Roy 2 DFL 2188504605
Grant Hauschild 3 DFL 2185800845
Dan Bohmer 4 R Yes 6514289552
Rob Kupec 4 DFL Yes 2184433822
A. John Peters 5 DFL Yes A the chair of Hands of Hope Resource Center (a non profit working on domestic abuse in Todd and Wadena Counties) I support your mission fully. Please let me know how I can help either as a legislator, a business owner or a citizen. 6124194033
Paul J. Utke 5 R 2182551131
Justin Eichorn 6 R 2182595334
Steve Samuelson 6 DFL Yes 2188209508
Robert Farnsworth 7 R 2182087564
Alex Moe 8 R 6129166882
Jen McEwen 8 DFL 2184612321
Cornel Walker 9 DFL 2187709069
Jordan Rasmusson 9 R 2182055062
Nathan Wesenberg 10 R Yes 3204929296
Suzanne M. Cekalla 10 DFL Yes Years ago I ran a regional Community Action Project where I saw firsthand what a difference the right job at the right time could make, especially for a young person with multiple risk factors. We helped prepare teens and young adults for good-paying jobs that gave them safe opportunities to change the lives of their whole families. Putting aside the moral righteousness of supporting young people in need, intervention in young lives saves massive amounts of money in policing and prisons and injects new revenue into our tax system in the form of otherwise unrealized worker productivity. Not all decisions are quite so clear cut, but providing community support for youth in need really is an investment in our collective future. 3202004420
Michelle Boyechko 11 DFL Yes 2185907807
Jason Rarick 11 R 6517755193 Rarick for Senate
Torrey Westrom 12 R 3208089558
Kari Dorry 12 DFL Yes As an early childhood special education teacher, I couldn't agree more that early intervention is key! 3203054167
Ashley Klingbeil 12 WTP 3204919664
Alissa Brickman 13 DFL Yes When we show youth that we value them as individuals we give them the strength and confidence to grow through the things that they go through. I absolutely believe that taking care of our young people is the most important job that we have. we give them the strength and confidence to 5635424817
Jeff Howe 13 R 3203339208
Tama Theis 14 R Yes Our youth are key to how we make our communities better. 3202489474
Aric Putnam 14 DFL Yes 3202664032
Anita Gaul 15 DFL 5079291611
Gary Dahms 15 R 5076415269
Andrew Robert Lang 16 R 3207614239
Fernando Alvarado 16 DFL 3202129741
Chad Tschimperle 17 DFL 3202825511
Glenn Gruenhagen 17 R 3208946713
Mark Wright 18 R 4102157150
Nick Frentz 18 DFL 5073825234
Kate E. Falvey 19 DFL Yes 5072912685
John R. Jasinski 19 R 5073331152
Steve Drazkowski 20 R 6515640638
Bradley Robert Drenckhahn 20 DFL 5078846052
Bill Weber 21 R 5072204803
Rich Draheim 22 R 5073810808
Gene Dornink 23 R 5072068449
Brandon Lawhead 23 DFL 5072719179
Aleta Borrud 24 DFL Yes We have wonderful examples of this type of community-based intervention involving youth in Rochester which deserves financial support to expand their services. 5072619984
Carla Nelson 24 R 5072882159 Bad Email Address
Ken Navitsky 25 R 5072540729
Liz Boldon 25 DFL Yes 5073989571
Bill Rood 25 GLC 5072691290
Eric M. Leitzen 26 LMN Yes My campaign is based around a program to Tax The Rich and Get Your Money Back into our communities, and that includes youth outreach and intervention. 5072514023
Daniel Wilson 26 DFL 5073290507
Jeremy Miller 26 R 5074522067
Andrew Mathews 27 R 7634821393
Emy Minzel 27 DFL 7634397514
Mark Koran 28 R 6513247576
Victoria Ann Bird 28 DFL Yes Promoting positive activities. Our younger generation will give them choices other than violence options. Although we have to make sure society doesn’t go tip to the other side. I grew up in a community that started a parade to keep kids out of trouble. But it got so big it did the opposite. 7634642051
Bruce Anderson 29 R Yes 7636821480
Chris Brazelton 29 DFL Yes Children need access to safe and supervised activities after school and during the summer to keep them engaged, access to jobs to help them learn to earn and start to budget, and support when youthful mistakes could otherwise derail a young life. 6122094553
Diane Nguyen 30 DFL 9529237280
Eric Lucero 30 R 6129303988
Cal K. Bahr 31 R Yes The devil is in the details, and each program needs to be rated on its individual merit. 6123061483
Jason Ruffalo 31 DFL 6123143442
Kate Luthner 32 DFL Yes 6513414332
Michael Kreun 32 R 7632004183
Karin Housley 33 R 6512608905 HOUSLEYFORSENATE.COM Bad Email Address
Nancy McLean 33 DFL Yes 6513302234
Karen Attia 34 R Yes I completely agree in the statement you made in your email. At risk youth can become productive, responsible adults with early intervention. Private sector programs in communities are a very valuable resource to assist and have been shown to have positive outcomes. Thank you for the work you do to highlight the need and offer solutions. 7636392964
John Hoffman 34 DFL 7632006043
Kari Rehrauer 35 DFL Yes 7637675099
Jim Abeler 35 R 6122453764
Roger Chamberlain 36 R 6129407677
Heather Gustafson 36 DFL 7632324973
Warren Limmer 37 R Yes 7632697706
Farhio Khalif 37 DFL Yes The poet Wendell Berry said: "The smallest unit of health is the community. To think about the health of an isolated individual is a contradiction in terms." Life is about relationships and community. Some relationships are positive and some offer some challenges - all allow us to learn and grow. Lack of relationships is uniformly detrimental. Relationships are particularly important for youth because it sets them on a life-course that determines whether they thrive or not. Relationships give youth a sense of belonging and keeps them from being alienated from their community and broader society. Investing in building these relationships is the best thing society can do. 6127024913
Brad Kohler 38 R Yes 7633132485
Susan Pha 38 DFL 7636001043
Mary O'Connor 38 LMN 7634968423
Pam Wolf 39 R Yes 7634640659
Mary K Kunesh 39 DFL 6512474642
Rachel Japuntich 40 R 6517925028
John Marty 40 DFL Yes I am a strong supporter of Youth Intervention programs, and believe they are one of the best ways to reduce crime and make our communities healthier and safer. (and as the question suggests, YIPs save money!) 6516338934
Judy Seeberger 41 DFL 6517560401
Tom Dippel 41 R 6512465058
Bonnie Westlin 42 DFL Yes 6125008989
Paul Hillen 42 R 6127703462 Bad Email Address
Ann H. Rest 43 DFL Yes 6127505425
Andrew Thomas Schuler 43 LMN Yes 7636709253
Tou Xiong 44 DFL 6514440531
Paul Babin 44 R 6513290879
Kathleen Fowke 45 R 6125590974
Kelly Morrison 45 DFL Yes 6128407753
Ron Latz 46 DFL 9525459065
Nicole Mitchell 47 DFL Yes Absolutely! I believe investing in our children is not only the morally right thing to do, but it also brings great societal value. I've volunteered extensively with abused/neglected children and am currently a foster parent. When children have more support and options they are more likely to become adults who are contributing members of our society. Crime, teen pregnancy, and other issues decrease, so investing in children ultimately also saves taxpayer funds. 6124401773
Dwight Dorau 47 R 6514944009
Julia Coleman 48 R 6122329974
Dan Kessler 48 DFL 6125682772
Steve Cwodzinski 49 DFL Yes 9524704372
Marla Helseth 49 R 6122716995
Doug Fulton 50 R 6122094208
Alice Mann 50 DFL Yes 6124656868
Melissa Halvorson Wiklund 51 DFL Yes 9528840767
Frank Pafko 51 R 6128120721
Stephen Lowell 52 R 6513573367
Jim Carlson 52 DFL 6512615597
Matt Klein 53 DFL 6519645558
Chris Rausch 53 R 3106008775
Eric Pratt 54 R 9524402945
Alicia Donahue 54 DFL 7638436097
Lindsey Port 55 DFL 6059290004
Pam Myhra 55 R 9522288249
Jim Bean 56 R 6513025088
Erin Maye Quade 56 DFL Yes 5072549373
Justin Emmerich 56 DFL 7632187225
Jackie Craig 57 DFL Yes 6125628817
Zach Duckworth 57 R 6125673455
Bill Lieske 58 R 9525944555
Clarice Grabau 58 DFL 5072220132
Bobby Joe Champion 59 DFL 6125188870
Kari Dziedzic 60 DFL Yes The rate of return proves it is a good use of taxpayer dollars. 6126237758
Scott Dibble 61 DFL Yes 6122937360
Omar Fateh 62 DFL 6124068816
Andrew Schmitz 62 R 9525649089
Shawn Holster 63 R Yes 6129631936
Zaynab Mohamed 63 DFL 6122295585
Erin Murphy 64 DFL 6512357104
Robert Bushard 64 R 6512147395
Paul Holmgren 65 R 6514012156
Sandy Pappas 65 DFL Yes 6512478698
Jeremy J. Peichel 66 LIB Yes This is established fact. 6123289938
Clare Oumou Verbeten 66 DFL Yes I am running to advance racial justice and build a community that is safe for all. I believe safety is fully funded public schools and ample opportunity for our youth. I believe safety is good paying jobs – especially for those that work with youth such as teachers, social workers, and community builders. I believe safety is healthcare for all – which will cut costs for school districts and individual families so more money can be spent on supporting students. I will be advocating for empowerment of our youth no matter what committee I sit on or what issue we’re talking about, because I know that investing in our youth is an investment for our future. 6512336225
Mikki M Murray 66 R Yes 6513002130
Foung Hawj 67 DFL 6515923129
James Sceville 1A DFL 2186860828
John Burkel 1A R 2186890395
Debra (Deb) Kiel 1B R 2182801452
Cynthia (Cindy) Ansbacher 1B DFL Yes As a mom, I feel strongly about community based initiatives at every level to include churches, community centers, after school programs, initiatives to introduce the trades, partnerships for volunteer opportunities in senior centers and day cares, and other platforms that engage youth and create inter generational support & mentoring for youth. 2182750901
Reed Olson 2A DFL Yes 2187660383
Matthew J. Grossell 2A R Yes The more we can help our youth now, even in times of crisis, the better off they will be in the future. 2182097661
Matt Bliss 2B R 2187665267
Erika Bailey-Johnson 2B DFL 2187668487
Rob Ecklund 3A DFL Yes 2183416133
Roger J. Skraba 3A R 2182351609 SKRABAFORHOUSE@GMAIL.COM
Natalie Zeleznikar 3B R 2184094822
Mary Murphy 3B DFL 2187296399
Heather Keeler 4A DFL Yes Working in the schools I saw the benefits if programming like this with our youth. 2184225615
Lynn Halmrast 4A R Yes I am very supportive of prevention and early intervention efforts with our youth. We need to work together to accomplish public safety and healthier productive youth. It is essential for a better Minnesota. 7012199918
Jim Joy 4B R 7015662442
John Hest 4B DFL Yes 2182342609
Brian M. Hobson 5A DFL Yes As a 20 year veteran teacher, I know the value of early learning and intervention. 2182528085
Krista Knudsen 5A R 6122908097
Mike Wiener 5B R Yes 3203606477
Gregg Hendrickson 5B IA Yes 3206306352
Ben Davis 6A R 2188392989
Richard (Rick) Blake 6A DFL 2183982260
Sally Boos 6B DFL Yes 2183301842
Josh Heintzeman 6B R 2188205674
Spencer Igo 7A R 2182441295
Julie Sandstede 7A DFL 2189697009
David Lislegard 7B DFL 2183437965
Matt Norri 7B R 2187808533
Art Johnston 8A R 7153606629
Liz Olson 8A DFL Yes 2183434281
Becky Hall 8B R 2185255532
Jeff Backer 9A R 7013611909
Nancy Jost 9A DFL Yes I believe the earlier we start the most successful we will be - youth intervention should start in early childhood. Prevention is key! 2182056421
Tom Murphy 9B R 2186401707
Jason Satter 9B DFL 7016406213
Ron Kresha 10A R 3207616133
Isaac Schultz 10B R 3205474022
Hunter Froelich 10B DFL 3202323144 DFLHOUSE.COM
Pete Radosevich 11A DFL 2188790008
Jeff Dotseth 11A R 2184851168
Nathan Nelson 11B R 3203330823
Eric Olson 11B DFL 3202791859
Paul H. Anderson 12A R 3202392726
Edie Barrett 12A DFL Yes 3203053529
Jeremy Vinar 12B DFL Yes 6512602542
Mary Franson 12B R 3203044001
Lisa Demuth 13A R 3206858930
Andrea Robinson 13A DFL Yes 7632001392
Melissa Bromenschenkel 13B DFL 3202929327
Tim O'Driscoll 13B R 3202514306
Bernie Perryman 14A R 3202925960
Tami Calhoun 14A DFL 3207460718
Aaron Henning 14B R 3202479870
Dan Wolgamott 14B DFL 3208282632
Keith VanOverbeke 15A DFL 5075316025
Chris Swedzinski 15A R 5078297754
Paul Torkelson 15B R 5073805424
Tom Kuster 15B DFL 5073812921 TOM4REP.NET
Robert M Wright 16A DFL 3205101062
Dean Urdahl 16A R Yes 6124817459
Dave Baker 16B R Yes I have worked very hard on issues for youth, mental health and substance use disorders. 3208945774
Fred Cogelow 16B DFL Yes Apologies for delay. Late entry has me behind. Absolutely agree as to importance of youth intervention. Would like to see expanded programs starting with outreach before high risk moms deliver, followed by special early childhood education and incentives for parents to ready their kids for school. 3202125369
Jennifer Carpentier 17A DFL Yes 7632452170
Dawn Gillman 17A R 6122294390
Bobbie V. Harder 17B R 5074793250
Susan Akland 18A R 5073405891 Bad Email Address
Jeff Brand 18A DFL 5073800510
Dar Vosburg 18B R Yes 5073409281
Luke Frederick 18B DFL 5073820308
Brian Daniels 19A R Yes 5073302758
Carolyn Treadway 19A DFL Yes I worked to provide OST programs for Faribault youth for much of my career. I will strongly support funding for youth intervention if elected! 5073399554
Abdulahi Ali Osman 19B DFL 7347736287
John Petersburg 19B R Yes 5074614377
Pam Altendorf 20A R 6513802296
Laurel Stinson 20A DFL Yes 6513803685
Roger Kittelson 20A MIP 6519234729
Elise Diesslin 20B DFL 5079939062
Steven E. Jacob 20B R 5075342554
Joe Schomacker 21A R 5079350308
Patrick T. Baustian 21A DFL 5079207406
Michael Heidelberger 21B DFL Yes 5073603806
Marj Fogelman 21B R 5073701112
Bjorn Olson 22A R 5075253579
Marisa Ulmen 22A DFL Yes 5077204420
Marcia Stapleton 22B DFL 5079951281 MARCIAFORMINNESOTA22B
Brian H. Pfarr 22B R 6124377785
Peggy Bennett 23A R 5073730679
Mary Hinnenkamp 23A DFL Yes After graduating from college, I joined VISTA, Volunteers in Service to America. One of our projects in rural Kentucky was working with a youth group to empower them to find jobs, make good choices, and perform community services. Over the next six years, I worked as a counselor at group home programs for youth in the Bronx, suburban Chicago and in the Washington DC area. Young people admitted to these programs were sometimes homeless, estranged in some way from their families, and at risk of not finishing high school. The programs were community based and helped youth to return home, find another relative to live with, or become independent. I then moved to Albert Lea, Mn where I taught and then became the director of the Albert Lea Area Learning Center, a school for students who were being unsuccessful in the main stream school setting. My students were teen moms, students who worked long hours, students with mental health or drug struggles. Nearly all lived in poverty. My job was to help them make and carry out a plan to graduate from high school and move on to new challenges. After 20 years a the ALC, I ended my teaching career at Fountain Centers Treatment Program, teaching adolescents who were admitted with problems of chemical addiction. I was part of the team and provided the educational services so that my students would receive credit when they returned to their home districts. Upon retirement, I began volunteering at Halverson Elementary School as a reading buddy for kindergarteners and first graders, and volunteered at SW Middle School helping with English Language Learners (EL) students until COVID stopped all volunteering opportunities. I am very supportive of youth intervention programs and fully funding then so our youth get the resources they need to reach their full potential. It has been my life's work. 5073208676
Thomas A Stiehm 23B DFL 5074404180
Patricia Mueller 23B R Yes 5074401923
Duane Quam 24A R 5077756043
Keith McLain 24A DFL 5079905880
Tina Liebling 24B DFL Yes 5072894664
Katrina Pulham 24B R 5076967850
Wendy Phillips 25A R 6613138242
Kim Hicks 25A DFL Yes 5072618683
John Joseph Robinson 25B R 5072505676
Andrew Smith 25B DFL Yes 5076017993
Stephen James Doerr 26A R Yes I believe in the "An Once of prevention is worth a pound of cure." - - Ben Franklin 6088640292
Gene Pelowski Jr. 26A DFL 5074585988 GPELOWSK@HBCI.COM
Gregory M. Davids 26B R 5079513893
Shane Mekeland 27A R 6123634942
Ronald Thiessen 27A DFL 3202936365
Kurt Daudt 27B R 7636342616
Brad Brown 27B DFL 7632600381
Brian Johnson 28A R 6122024731
Erik Johnson 28A DFL 6512382965
Katie Malchow 28B DFL 6512532625
Anne Neu Brindley 28B R 7637429961
Joe McDonald 29A R 6129100310 www.joemcdonaldforestatehouse
Sherri Leyda 29A DFL Yes I think investing in our youth is crucial to our values as a country. They are our future. 7632748225
Marion O'Neill 29B R 7636705315
Walter Hudson 30A R 6127205710
Sonja Buckmeier 30A DFL 6128402973
Chad Hobot 30B DFL 7632444058
Paul Novotny 30B R Yes I am active supporter of our local youth program. 7632385731
Harry Niska 31A R 6127997458
Betsy O'Berry 31A DFL Yes 6128676441
Bill Fisher 31B DFL Yes 9522010860
Peggy Scott 31B R 7632387322
Nolan West 32A R 7632202388
Ashton Ramsammy 32A DFL Yes 6128686645
Matt Norris 32B DFL Yes I led an effort that reduced violent crime by 40% in one north metro community. We did it by expanding policing and changing up the way we did policing to build stronger connections between police and the community. But an equally important part of the success was community-based youth intervention. A similar comprehensive approach statewide will improve public safety and save taxpayer money. 7632029012
Donald W Raleigh 32B R 6517751687
Patti Anderson 33A R Yes 6514292888
Hanna Valento 33A DFL 6512452557
Mark Bishofsky 33B R 7155570678
Josiah Hill 33B DFL Yes Our young people are our most valuable resource and are worthy of strategic investment to ensure their development. 6517175430
Brian Raines 34A DFL 7632910439
Scott Simmons 34B R Yes 7632457117
Melissa Hortman 34B DFL Yes 6123864808
John Heinrich 35A R 7632675055
Zack Stephenson 35A DFL 7633709000
Jerry Newton 35B DFL Yes 7637552161
Polly Matteson 35B R 7632452622
Elliott Engen 36A R 6512028702
Susie Strom 36A DFL 6122674527
Heidi Gunderson 36B R 6513085828
Brion Curran 36B DFL Yes As a former police officer I know that community engagement from a young age is crucial for development and healthy relationships. 6513437023
Kristin Robbins 37A R 6128199217
Caitlin Cahill 37A DFL Yes 9522007254
Kristin Bahner 37B DFL Yes 7632604110
John Bristol 37B R 7638986193
Michael "Mike" Nelson 38A DFL 7635612795
Samantha Vang 38B DFL 7635601485
Robert Marvin 38B R 7635355498
Rod Sylvester 39A R 6128597372
Erin Koegel 39A DFL 7632285689
Sandra Feist 39B DFL Yes 6514928389
Mike Sharp 39B R Yes 7634643387
Ben Schwanke 40A R Yes 6512430794
Kelly Moller 40A DFL Yes 6514868096
Jamie Becker-Finn 40B DFL Yes 6513007946
Allen Shen 40B R Yes 6513986352
Mark Wiens 41A R 6512833953
Pat Driscoll 41A DFL 6519256481
Shane Hudella 41B R 6512536737
Tina Folch 41B DFL Yes 6513040652
Ned Carroll 42A DFL Yes 6129199717
Kathy Burkett 42A R 6125546308
Ginny Klevorn 42B DFL Yes Lead Author of 2021-22 Fundng Legislation 7632085030
Jackie Schroeder 42B R Yes We need to mentor our youth and give them the examples of how important responsibility is, how there is a consequence to every choice we make, and they can strive for excellence no matter their circumstances. 7634983746
Cedrick R. Frazier 43A DFL Yes 6122960573
Mike Freiberg 43B DFL 7639994818
Peter M Fischer 44A DFL Yes Thank you for the work you do. I worked 14 years at Avenues for Youth and currently work at Face to Face Health and Counseling in St Paul. Daily I have seen the first hand difference investments youth makes. 6513071625
Alex Pinkney 44A R 6129903737
Leon M. Lillie 44B DFL 6517709260
William Johnston 44B R 6516893339
TJ Hawthorne 44B LIB Yes The more voluntary organizations available to help our communities, the better. The more government tries to make communities better, the worse communities get. I’m all for voluntary community involvement initiatives. 6128041038
Lauren Bresnahan 45A DFL 7634534005
Andrew Myers 45A R Yes 7639134559
Lorie Cousineau 45B R 6122513244
Patty Acomb 45B DFL 9528078635
Larry Kraft 46A DFL Yes 9527157535
Cheryl Youakim 46B DFL Yes Absolutely see the link and have been discussing the need for community-based Youth Intervention when folks bring up public safety at the doors. 9522402278
Amanda Hemmingsen-Jaeger 47A DFL Yes Ensuring our kids have access to resources, activities, services, and healthy relationships will set them on a path of success. Being proactive and intervening early goes beyond helping children and their families; it increases public safety, decreases tax costs, and creates a healthier community. 6127707414
Bob Lawrence 47A R Yes There is no doubt that the more youth are engaged in activities outside of school and a screen, the less chance they have of going down a criminal path. Sports, scouts, music, theater, and countless other activities that youth participate in and expose them to positive adult role models are invaluable. 6512481825
Kelly Fenton 47B R Yes 6512833011
Ethan Cha 47B DFL 6513218388
Nathan Kells 48A DFL 9522100070
Jim Nash 48A R 9528076416
Greg Boe 48B R 9523614251
Lucille "Lucy" Rehm 48B DFL Yes 6122754351
Ryan Chase 49A R 6127037696
Laurie Pryor 49A DFL Yes 9524123660
Carlie Kotyza-Witthuhn 49B DFL 9524910178
Thomas Knecht 49B R 9523884608
Sami Cisman 50A R 6128075662
Heather Edelson 50A DFL Yes 6517858696
Beth Beebe 50B R Yes 9524445300
Steve Elkins 50B DFL 9528352118
Michael Howard 51A DFL 6122077369
Ryan Wiskerchen 51A R Yes I would greatly appreciate the chance to talk with your organization more about how Youth Intervention can help make our community safer! 6123882161
Chad Anderson 51B R 6122695260
Nathan Coulter 51B DFL 9522390531
Fern A. Smith 52A R Yes 6129877499
Liz Reyer 52A DFL Yes 6513984765
Ruth Richardson 52B DFL 6514727411
Cynthia Lonnquist 52B R 6513870974
Todd Kruse 53A R 6124235621
Mary Frances Clardy 53A DFL Yes As a teacher I am committed to providing our youth with holistic support so that they have the opportunity to thrive. 6124085449
Brent Jacobson 53A LMN 9523342521
Laura E Pride 53B LMN 6513073486
Steven Swoboda 53B R 6124055360
Rick Hansen 53B DFL Yes 6514511189
Erik Mortensen 54A R 9522288866
Ryan Martin 54A LMN 6055933502 RyanMartinforMinnesotaHouse
Brad Tabke 54A DFL 9522253124
Brendan Van Alstyne 54B DFL 6127877311
Ben Bakeberg 54B R 6124333696
Gabriela Kroetch 55A R 9523888830
Jess Hanson 55A DFL 6512719344
Van Holston 55B R Yes 6129630644
Kaela Berg 55B DFL Yes 6122959617
Robert Bierman 56A DFL Yes 9524328412
Joe Landru 56A R 9529943257
Joe Scanlon 56B R 6514236258
John Huot 56B DFL 6512784487
Jon Koznick 57A R 6123617015
Greg Henningsen 57A DFL 6126199322
Jeff Witte 57B R 6128452378
Erin Preese 57B DFL Yes 9522124244
Kristi Pursell 58A DFL Yes Looking forward to learning more once elected! 5072008177
Gary Bruggenthies 58A R 6129782447
Steve Dungy 58B DFL 6514920287
Patrick Garofalo 58B R 6513384166
Fue Lee 59A DFL 6125680870
Esther Agbaje 59B DFL 6123149828 www.estheragbaje.coom
Diana Halsey 60A R Yes 6122724920
Sydney Jordan 60A DFL 6122963495 Bad Email Address
Mohamud Noor 60B DFL 6122509660
Frank Hornstein 61A DFL 6129653406
Jamie Long 61B DFL 6125688097
Aisha Gomez 62A DFL 6122989681
Hodan Hassan 62B DFL 6124589005
Taylor Hammond 62B R 6514701465
Kyle Bragg 63A R 6125588684
Samantha Sencer-Mura 63A DFL Yes 6122391398
Emma Greenman 63B DFL Yes 6123840638
Dan Walsh 64A R 6127992242
Kaohly Vang Her 64A DFL 6512245696
Dave Pinto 64B DFL Yes 6512521706
Lorraine Englund 64B R 6512000910
John Schonebaum 65A R 6512316053
Samakab Hussein 65A DFL 6517570974
Miki Frost 65A LMN Yes 6514177511
María Isa Pérez-Hedges 65B DFL 6123800360
Kevin Fjelsted 65B R 6512702678
Trace Johnson 66A R 5073277332
Leigh Finke 66A DFL Yes As a trans woman and advocate for queer youth, I care deeply about this issue, and look forward to working together. 6513213219
Athena Hollins 66B DFL 6513527605
Jay Hill 66B R 6129874455
Beverly Peterson 67A R 6514430574
Liz Lee 67A DFL 6515600484
Jay Xiong 67B DFL 6513213820
Fred Turk 67B R 6517394067