St. Paul – Yesterday, the 92nd legislative session of the Minnesota House of Representatives began. Representatives were sworn in at noon. Among them was Rep. Erik Mortensen, who is the newest member of the New House Republican Caucus.
“I am very excited to join the Minnesota House of Representatives and fight for the people of my district,” said Rep. Erik Mortensen (Republican-Shakopee). “Above all, I want to bring transparency to government, and liberty to the people. These are ideals that define the New House Republican Caucus. As such, I am thrilled to be a member of this caucus.”
Rep. Mortensen represents District 55A in the Minnesota House of Representatives. The district includes Shakopee, Jackson Township, and Louisville Township.
“Rep. Mortensen will be a terrific addition to our caucus,” said Rep. Steve Drazkowski (Republican-Mazeppa). “Legislators that are quick to listen, eager to serve, and unafraid to face challenges are exactly what this government needs. Rep. Mortensen embodies all of these qualities, and I am looking forward to serving alongside him in the Minnesota House of Representatives.”
Contact Information for Rep. Erik Mortensen
331 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Saint Paul, MN 55155
Rep. Steve Drazkowski (Republican-Mazeppa) is the leader of the New House Republican Caucus. The caucus also includes Rep. Tim Miller (Republican-Prinsburg), Rep. Cal Bahr (Republican-East Bethel), Rep. Jeremy Munson (Republican-Lake Crystal), and Rep. Erik Mortensen (Republican-Shakopee).