Trump-Endorsed Finstad Wins Vacant House Seat in Minnesota Rep.-elect Brad Finstad, R-Minn. (Mark Zdechlik/AP)
By Eric Mack | Tuesday, 09 August 2022 10:14 PM EDT
Republican Brad Finstad on Tuesday won an election to fill a House of Representatives seat for Minnesota left vacant after the death of Republican lawmaker Jim Hagedorn, according to Decision Desk HQ.
Endorsed by former President Donald Trump, Finstad was the agriculture official in the Trump administration. He defeated Democrat Jeff Ettinger, a former CEO of Hormel Foods, to keep Minnesota's 1st Congressional District in Republican hands.
Information from Reuters was used in this report.