State Representative Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) took the oath of office
Tuesday, Jan. 4, to serve as state representative representing House
State Representative Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) took the oath of office Tuesday, Jan. 4, to serve as state representative representing House District 17A. Previously, Daudt served as Isanti County Commissioner for six years.
Pictured: District 17A House Representative Kurt Daudt (right) took the oath of office on Tuesday, Jan. 4. Pictured with him is Speaker of the House Kurt Zellers.
“I’m grateful for the chance to continue to serve the residents of our area and the State of Minnesota, and I will make serving all of my constituents my number one goal,” Daudt said.
Daudt was appointed to serve as Assistant Majority Leader and Vice Chair of the Rules and Legislative Administration Committee.
Additionally, Daudt will serve on Commerce and Regulatory Reform, Higher Education Policy and Finance, Property and Local Tax Division, and Redistricting.
“I’m very excited to start working in these committees,” Daudt said. “Combined with my leadership role, being on five committees provides many opportunities to work on behalf of the residents of 17A.”
“In Commerce and Regulatory Reform we will work with small business owners to find out how we can get government out of their way so they can create jobs. In the Property and Local Tax Division, I will continue the work I did as county commissioner to keep the money you earn where it belongs: in your pocket,” he added.
Daudt has moved into his new legislative office, which is Room 487 of the State Office Building adjacent to the Capitol. All state representatives are housed in this building.
“I hope my constituents feel free to stop by my new office if they are visiting t he area,” Daudt said. “I also encourage anyone who wants to stay in the loop on what is happening at the Capitol to visit www.house.mn/17a to sign up for email updates and to contact me if they have any questions, concerns. I am also actively looking out innovative ideas for legislation or ways to reform government.”
Daudt can be reached by phone at 651-296-5367. He can also be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via U.S. Mail at 487 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN 55155.