• Jody Brennan

The Summer Season (I mean Campaign Season)

June 22, 2022


Right now, my life is split into three categories. I am focused on the upcoming start of the campaign season; I have my Council life; and I have my personal life. Sometimes it all resides in blocks of time on my calendar and sometimes it’s just a big slurry that is all mixed together. This week feels like a milkshake sitting in a blender, and I know that every bite is going to be amazing when it’s done.


Absentee voting for the primary begins on Friday. I have signs that are ready to go in yards on Friday. I am my own campaign manager. I write and design my own campaign material. I also take responsibility for every word that appears on my website, Facebook page, flyer and any other material that you see with my name on it. I am paying for this campaign with my own money, and I won’t ask you for financial help. I am not tied to any one group of people or any organization. I believe in working for everyone.


The County Commissioner is identified as a non-partisan. Over the next few months, you may see me talking to a person who is a Democrat and the next day you might see me talking to a Republican. It’s my job to listen and then sort through all of what I heard and then determine what is the best course of action for the Shakopee Community and when I’m elected, for Scott County as a whole.


Make sure you vote in the Primary Election. FLIP THE BALLOT OVER AND VOTE FOR JODY BRENNAN FOR SCOTT COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3.

Here is a link to the Minnesota Secretary of State website to find out who is on your ballot. https://myballotmn.sos.state.mn.us/ If you don’t see my name, unfortunately, you don’t live a District 3 precinct. I hope that you will still take time to talk to your Shakopee friends about me.


Have a good week. I will see you at the Rhythm on the Rails tonight! Maybe you'll see me there with my Milkshake,


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