Hello. My name is Kim Norton and I am running for re-election to the MN House of Representatives - District 25B.
As a 22 year resident of Rochester, I have worked and raised my 4 grown children in our community. I’ve been an active community volunteer, served on the Rochester school board including a term as board chair. I know my community.
I originally ran for office because I felt we deserved a legislator that listened to our concerns, asked us what we wanted and then represented those views with actions at the capitol. My work as an advocate for education and children’s health issues taught me first hand the difference between a legislator who is interested and open versus a partisan representative with his/her own agenda. I ran to change that and firmly believe I have.
It has been a privilege to serve on your behalf in the Legislature. I have sought to be a public servant rather than a politician –and I think this approach has benefited our community over the past six years.
I have developed a reputation as a political moderate with a strong work ethic who actively builds relationships with colleagues in both parties in order to pass good legislation.
I know my Midwest roots, my community, and my families values have shaped who I am – I want to protect the quality of life we have here in Minnesota so that future generations might also benefit from our lifestyle and values.
Moving ahead there is plenty of work to be done especially in the areas represented by my committee assignments in St. Paul:
Assistant Minority Leader
State Representative Kim Norton will be holding a constituent meeting on Sunday, December 9 at 1 pm at Dunn Brothers Coffee (120 Elton Hills Drive NW) in Rochester. This is a change to the “Second Saturday Coffee” meetings Rep. Norton holds every month.