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Brad Brown

During Brad's political journey, he's been accompanied by Sandi the whole time and they have been happily married for over fifty years.  In 1970, Brad joined the United States air force and served proudly for 4 years. After his time in the service, most of Brad's working life was dedicated to working as a Diesel Mechanic in the Union. For over twenty-five years he was a journeyman in the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, union district 77, local 737.

After his time working in the union, in 1996 he moved to the Spencer Brook Township and there he started his hobby farm. It was in Spencer Brook where Brad got his start in politics - in 2012 he trained and became an election judge. In 2019 he was elected as a Supervisor of Spencer Brook Township in charge of Road and Bridge projects. Brad is now officially running for state representative.

Since his time in the service, Brad has been a member of the American Legion Post 216 and VFW 806 auxiliary.  For years Brad would do veteran to veteran hospice and work many vigils in honor of his fallen countrymen.  He is a member of the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Committee, Task Force, Scholarship Committee, Wheelchair Ramp Chairman and Billboard Chairman for the county of Isanti.


Voting Rights

Everyone should have the right to vote and let their voice be heard, especially in a time where our Democracy is in jeopardy.

Women's Healthcare

Women should be the only one in control of their healthcare. They should also have equal rights under the Law including the right to choose.


General Healthcare

Affordable healthcare should be available to all Minnesotans. We need to invest in the people of our state and provide a system that works for everyone.


All children should be given fully funded, top notch education that is not dependent on the wealth of their school district.



Veterans, benefits, Social Security, and Medicare are in jeopardy by the Republicans. These benefits should stay fully funded as they currently are.


As a retired union member, I know how much a job with livable wages can change one’s life. We need livable wage jobs for everyone.



Help for our family farmers so they can keep and profit on their farms.

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