The District 22B House incumbent has a minor problem

The Worthington Daily Globe reports 20-year-old Jacob Holck is seeking the DFL endorsement for a run at the State House. The budding candidate, who hits the minimum representative age of 21 in February, says a speech by former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale turned him on to politics.
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The Worthington Daily Globe reports 20-year-old Jacob Holck is seeking the DFL endorsement for a run at the State House. The budding candidate, who hits the minimum representative age of 21 in February, says a speech by former U.S. Vice President Walter Mondale turned him on to politics.

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