GOP’s Michael Brodkorb Says He’s Leaving The Senate
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Another key Republican suddenly announced he’s no longer working for the Minnesota Senate.
Michael Brodkorb was a key contact for Republicans in the Minnesota Senate and a chief aide to Sen. Majority Leader Amy Koch, who resigned Thursday after facing allegations of having had an inappropriate relationship.
When we asked if his resignation was related to the Koch incident, Brodkorb said he had no comment.