As a wife, mom, author and advocate, I offer a fresh perspective and a new voice for our district. I'm a Conservative, a Republican who keeps common sense, the Constitution, and our unalienable rights a priority. As your representative, I will work with our new president and the House majority to get things done that is good for our district and all of America.
Right now, we have an opportunity to send a representative to Washington that can make informed decisions about issues with a global impact. Using good old-fashioned Minnesotan common sense and my experiences working abroad in Russia and Asia, I offer timely strategies and perspectives on Trade, ISIS, Immigration, Relations with Russia and North Korea, and many other issues.
The people in the 7th Congressional District have strong opinions about what is going on in our country and our world, and they deserve to be heard in Congress. As your representative from this district, I will speak for all generations and for this area. I will put my expertise in communications and building relationships to good use for you, to be your voice!
I've been a lifelong Minnesotan, went to school here, started my family here and have generations of family from here. I am passionate about creating solutions and will work diligently in Washington just as I have worked diligently with humanitarian aid projects and the 2016 campaign. I will work with you in order to steer this country back to what our founding fathers intended it to be.
Thank you to all who have supported my run in 2016, and I ask for your continued support so I can run in the 2018 election! Let's make a real difference in America. Thank you!
Amanda Lynn Hinson
Meet Amanda Lynn Hinson
Amanda Lynn Hinson is a lifelong Minnesotan. She and her family lived in Far East Russia from 2010-2015, working with orphans, youth and English language learners. She went on to write about her experience having a baby overseas in socialized medicine in the book, “Wide Open Curtains”. Many call Amanda “mom”, as she has advocated for the interests of children and families for over 14 years. Today, she and her family live in Long Prairie of Todd County where she runs a small business as a writer and communications specialist. Read more...