Dr Scott Jensen is endorsed for Minnesota Governor by Donald Trump

Dr Scott Jensen

Former president Donald Trump endorsed Republican nominee Scott Jensen for Minnesota governor late Tuesday night, October 25.

On Truth Social, Trump has endorsed many of his recent candidates, and Trump posted his endorsement of Jensen just before 11 p.m. Central.

In the post, Trump said, “Minnesota has a chance to have a great governor. The Republican Gubernatorial Candidate is Dr. Scott Jensen, who will revive Minnesota.” Providing solid and sensible education, as well as fighting crime, will quickly yield results – and there will be no more fiery takeovers of police precincts.

Last Friday, Jensen told reporters he did not expect Trump to endorse his campaign or help with fundraising, and his campaign did not seek Trump’s support in a news release early Wednesday.

“I expect many individuals and organizations to endorse our campaign as it takes the lead in the polls.” Despite not actively seeking endorsements from political leaders, we appreciate those who have recognized our ability to lead and heal Minnesota.”

Trump endorsed Kim Crockett, the Republican nominee for secretary of state for 2022, earlier in the day.

About Dr Scott Jensen

Dr Scott Jensen
Dr Scott Jensen

Originally from Sleepy Eye, Minnesota, Dr. Scott Jensen graduated from high school valedictorian in 1973. In addition to obtaining an undergraduate degree in physiology from the University of Minnesota, he attended Luther Theological Seminary to find answers to life’s greatest questions. He made two life-changing decisions at the seminary, which proved to be an ideal setting for profound decision-making.

The couple has been married 43 years since he proposed to his girlfriend to become his “forever valentine.”

The University of Minnesota awarded him a medical degree in 1981 after he decided to attend medical school.

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A prestigious award granted annually to 15 family practitioners across the country, the Mead Johnson outstanding resident award was awarded to him in 1982 while he was a resident at Bethesda Hospital in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Mary, his wife, graduated from the University of Minnesota with a doctorate in veterinary medicine. She spent most of her career treating exotic animals such as snakes, iguanas, and cockatoos. They have three children and six adorable grandchildren.

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