Representative Duane Sauke, DFL–Rochester, has announced his plans to retire from the Minnesota House of Representatives at the end of his current term.

“Serving in the Minnesota House on behalf of my community has been an immense honor, and I am extremely grateful to my constituents for placing their trust in me these past few years. I look forward to spending my final legislative session continuing our efforts to build a Minnesota that works better for everyone, and after casting my final vote I look forward to spending more time with my family in Rochester.”

Rep. Sauke was first elected to the Minnesota House in 2016, and has spent his time as a state legislator championing public education, local infrastructure projects, and an improved transportation system.  

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