A candidate for governor is renouncing his candidacy and is instead running for Rep. Jim Hagedorn’s open seat.
Brandon Millholand-Corcoran announced Friday that he is renouncing his candidacy for Minnesota Governor and is instead running for Minnesota’s First Congressional District.
According to a news release, Millholand-Corcoran stated that he had been considering running for Congress only after a voter had approached him before Congressman Hagedorn’s death. He goes on to say that he had never given a though to running for congress before but feels that he could do more good in Congress than as governor.
Millholand-Corcoran is from Jackson, Minnesota.