Blake Huffman for Governor




Getting Things Done

Bringing jobs to our communities
Creating common sense, private sector housing solutions
Sustaining world class universities
Expanding tax base
Keeping our graduates in state
Supporting our veterans


Progress MN Profile: Blake Huffman

Finance & Commerce
April 7, 2017

Ramsey County Commissioner Welcomes Home Heroes

White Bear Press
January 4, 2017

Upcoming Events

Friday, April 28
8:30-10:00 a.m.

*Meet and Greet with Blake

Please stop by and enjoy “coffee talk” with Blake.

Caribou Coffee-meeting room
3354 Rice Street
Little Canada, MN 55117

Tuesday, May 2
5:00-7:00 p.m.

*Campaign Kick-Off Party

Please stop by to meet Blake and his family, learn about how to get involved with the campaign, and enjoy appetizers and drinks.

Grumpy’s in Roseville
2801 Snelling Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113

Wednesday, May 3
5:00-7:00 p.m.

*Meet and Greet with Blake

Please stop by for appetizers and drinks and find out how you can get involved in the campaign.
Free parking in the lot adjacent to Freehouse

Freehouse in Minneapolis
701 Washington Ave N Ste 101
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Why I’m Running

I am running for Governor of Minnesota because we need to get things done and keep building Minnesota.

I am passionate about Minnesota. I am a lifelong resident of this state, have raised my family here, started my business career, and value giving back to the state I love.  I know what Minnesota is capable of accomplishing, but unfortunately it is not living up to its potential as a state.

While establishment politicians bicker and have difficulty getting even the most common sense measures enacted, I have a proven record of getting things done. We have some of the best high schools in the country but have the largest graduation gap between ethnicities. We have great public and private universities but our young people are leaving for new locations and not turning there innovative ideas into Minnesota based companies.

Building Minnesota

Join me in working to Build Minnesota, making it an even better place to live. Let’s end the talk and rhetoric and get down to Minnesota values of creating jobs so all can prosper, expanding our economy through innovation, providing quality housing and education to all so that everyone has a clear path to success.