Thank you!

Thank you so much for your support! It is wonderful to Represent Shakopee again and get so many good things done for our community.

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Tabke family

Our Campaign

Shakopee and Jackson Township are growing, evolving, and thriving with an incredible mix of rural, urban, and suburban culture. I am running for the Minnesota House District 54A seat to represent our values in St Paul.

At the Legislature, I want to continue working for you. I want to help focus our state government on the future for all of us and our next generations. To accomplish this, our State government must give power back to local governments. This is where the best decisions can be made— closest to the people. Local entities must have a voice on policy and how to best spend our hard-earned dollars.

Brad, his wife Katy, their two children (Jean and Ila), dog Scout, and backyard chickens have lived in Shakopee since 2003.

About Brad

Brad is the current State Representative Minnesota House District 54A.

Brad was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2018, 2022, and was Mayor of Shakopee before that.

An Iowa farm kid, Brad believes in working hard, building relationships, and finding compromise to make Shakopee an even better place for working families, seniors, and small businesses.

The Issues

Brad believes in the future of Shakopee and Minnesota.

  • Pro-Choice
  • Pro-Education
  • Pro-Gun Safety Measures
  • Pro-Shakopee Police Department

Learn more about his positions here.

Campaign Civility

Brad promises a positive, issues-focused, campaign that isn’t based on buzzwords, memes, and personal attacks.

Read our Civility Pledge.

Our Accomplishments

During Brad’s first term in the Minnesota House:

  • Vice-Chair of the Transportation Committee
  • Passed 13 bills into law
    • Shakopee-focused
    • All bipartisan bills with Republican co-authors
    • Supporting Shakopee businesses, workers, and families
  • 2020 Legislator of the Year – Minnesota Deputy Registrar’s Association