Brad Finstad


Biography

Brad Finstad is a corn and soybean farmer and was appointed by President Trump to the USDA, where he specialized in precision agriculture. He married his second-grade sweetheart and together they have seven children. From 2003-2008, he served in the Minnesota House of Representatives, where he maintained a 100% pro-life voting record and authored the Right to Know Act, which required women to have informed consent before an abortion. He worked very closely with then-senator Michelle Fischbach on improving abortion reporting statistics and procedures, especially in rural areas. He will continue that strong pro-life advocacy in Congress.

Rep. Finstad won both the special election and the Republican primary in August. He will serve in Congress until the end of this year, and we look forward to his re-election in November!

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