Press Release: throwing my hat in the ring

For Immediate Release:

June 1, 2020

Contact: Randy Brock at: randybrockforhouse@gmail.com; 507-421-6486

Randy Brock Announces Candidacy for House District 26B

(Eyota, MN)—Randy Brock, Minnesota native and community advocate announces his run for Minnesota House District 26B.

With fifteen years of community leadership and volunteering, Brock is dedicated to ensuring the health, safety, and education for every resident, from first generation immigrant citizens to multi-generational farmers. Residents’ stories are key to informing policy reform and creation. Brock is eager to talk to residents across the district, learning what is working and not working for the people of 26B. “In the wake of this pandemic, we have all been effected, but not in the same way. We need strong policy that ensures the health and well-being of each and every resident in our district,” Brock said.

Volunteering for numerous, local organizations from Meals on Wheels to Boys and Girls Club of Rochester, Randy has seen first-hand the needs of our community.. As the former President of Hiawatha Trout Unlimited and the Chair of Minnesota Trout Unlimited, he has also worked diligently to protect the trout streams, cold springs, and landscape unique to southeast Minnesota. He has also visited dozens of classrooms to teach weather safety and explain meteorology and is dedicated to the health and strength of local school districts.

Working together with other legislators to ensure the best outcomes for all Minnesotans is key to Brock’s strategy. “I’m not the only person who thinks their district is the best,” Brock said. “Partnering with other representatives to create innovative solutions that serve all Minnesotans equitably is key to the success of our overall economy.”

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Randy is a real estate agent with Property Brokers of Minnesota. He received his degree in Meteorology from Metropolitan State University of Denver and worked on-air for 17 years, most of which were in Rochester. He lives in Eyota with his wife, Julie, sons, Drew and Owen, and three dogs. You can find him outside running, hunting, fishing, or trying to tame the buckthorn in his backyard. He wants to hear from you, so please reach out and randybrockforhouse@gmail.com.

To learn more about Randy Brock, visit Randybrock.mn, like his Facebook.com/RandyBrockforHouse, and follow him on Twitter.com/RandyBrockMN.