MN State Senate candidate Edwin Hahn points to 2020 election "irregularities"

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(Fargo, ND) -- A republican entering the race for a state senate seat in Minnesota says one of his campaign priorities is election integrity. He points to what he calls "irregularities" in the 2020 election. 

"For most people who have been paying attention and haven't buried their heads in the sand the evidence is clear, the amount of irregularities, the amount of illegitimate processes," said Moorhead residents Edwin Hahn. 

Hahn is the Chairman of the Clay County Republican Party. He announced his intention Friday to run against incumbent democrat Kent Eken for Senate District 4.  Regarding the issue of mandates for masks and taking Covid-19 shots, Hahn calls the mandates "unethical". He also said he wants to children to receive an education rather than receiving what he calls "indoctrination".  

Hahn said he and his wife moved from West Fargo to Moorhead in 2018 to "help a dying city come to vibrant life".