Deep Roots and Deep Commitment

“It is an honor to serve the people of Clay, Norman, and Becker Counties. With your support I will continue working to improve the quality of life in Western Minnesota. My loyalties and allegiance will always be to the area where I was born, raised, and educated. My commitment is to the people and region that shaped who I am today.”

Thank You for Re-Electing Kent Eken on November 8, 2016

for Minnesota State Senate in District 4 across Norman County, Clay County and part of Becker County.

We, in Greater Minnesota, need to unite in order to preserve what previous generations have built for us and to continue improving the quality of life in Western Minnesota for ourselves and our children.

Kent Eken

Eken means oak tree
Kent Eken for State Senate District 4
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Kent Eken and Floyd

Meet Floyd

Sen. Kent Eken owns two miniature pet donkeys named Floyd and Bertha. The first is named after Floyd B. Olson, the first member of the Minnesota Farmer-Labor Party to be elected governor back in the 1930s.

Floyd has been a beloved member of the Eken family for years. He’s very gentle and loves people, so Kent decided to bring him along on the campaign trail during his first election. Floyd quickly discovered a love of parades, where there was usually a piece of candy or two along the route that children had missed. Since then, it’s often a struggle to keep Floyd and his sweet tooth from stealing candy — wrappers and all.

Come out this summer and meet Kent and Floyd. And don’t forget to get out and vote on November 8th!

Floyd B. Olson


for Minnesota State Senate in District 4 across Norman County, Clay County and part of Becker County.