Joe Fraser Completes Swing Around the State of Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS — In case you missed it, Joe Fraser, GOP candidate for the U.S. Senate in Minnesota hit the ground running with a two-day tour across the Land of 10,000 Lakes to talk with voters about the need for change and a new champion in Washington.

Kicking the tour off in Duluth, Fraser introduced himself to folks on the Iron Range by stating in part, “When you talk about the contributions to the economy that the Iron Range provides, we need to take advantage of the resources that we have and put people to work harvesting the resources that we have here in the state.”

Fraser continued the swing with stops in Moorhead, Rochester, and Mankato where the 26-year Navy veteran talked about his desire to continue a life of public service and the need for change as we tackle issues like a broken immigration system and an economy that no longer works for everyday Minnesotans.

“We can’t keep sending the same people back to try to figure out how to solve our problems,” Fraser told reporters during the two-day tour referencing Democrat Amy Klobuchar’s 18-year tenure in the U.S. Senate. “It’s the very definition of insanity.”

A father, husband, and business executive who lives in the suburbs of Minneapolis, Fraser solidified his place as an outsider ready to bring change to Washington and restore for Minnesotans a senator who advocates on their behalf.

To learn more about Joe Fraser and his candidacy for the U.S. Senate, check out his website at