Hi. I'm Aric Putnam,

and I'm running for

State Senate.

Hi. I'm Aric Putnam, and I'm running for State Senate.

I’m a dad, a husband, a volunteer, and a teacher.
I've taught everyone from second graders to college kids, in rural areas, small towns, and big cities. We all know that good teachers can lead us to discover and pursue new opportunities. They can help us make our tomorrows brighter than our yesterdays. It’s time that we had representatives with that same vision. As your State Senator, I’ll ask the right questions, and I won’t rest until we get the right answers – real solutions that work for all of us.
Let's face it: politics can feel impersonal. Sometimes it seems like candidates are nothing more than party zombies repeating rehearsed talking points, running on autopilot as they ask for your vote.
But I think we can do better.
We deserve the chance to meet candidates for office and to get to know them. We deserve representatives who don’t take us for granted, who work hard to listen to and be heard by all of us. As your State Senator, here’s my commitment to you: you’ll always know what I believe, where to find me, and how to get in touch.

Coffee with Aric

Saturday, Feb 22nd, 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Jules' Bistro

Join Aric for coffee! There's no agenda: it's just an opportunity for us to spend some time together. So come on out to ask some questions or share your story. He wants to hear what's important to you.

Caucus with Aric

Tuesday, Feb 25th, 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Locations TBD

Going to a caucus is a great way to show your support for Aric! You can also raise issues that are important to you, influence who the party will endorse for many offices, and meet people in our community. If you'd like to be part of our volunteer team on caucus night, shoot us a note at aricforMN@gmail.com – there's tons to do, and we'd love to have you! Plus, volunteering with us on caucus night doesn't have to keep you from participating, so just let us know if you want to attend yours, and we can help find you a role to still make that happen.