Sharp, Mike

Meet the Candidate

Running For:
MN House of Representatives
District:
39B
Political Affiliation:
Republican
Phone:
(763) 464-3387
Age:
33
Occupation:
Physician Assistant
Education:
Masters of Science
Biographical Info:
Twin Cities native, graduated from Maple Grove Senior High. Attended University of Northwestern – St. Paul, graduating with a bachelors in biochemistry. I then attended Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ for PA school. I worked in intensive care for Mayo Clinic Rochester for three years prior to moving back to the Twin Cities. I have worked the last two years full-time in rural Emergency Departments with a total of four years of rural hospital experience. My wife and I have been married 10 years and have four children with a fifth due in January. We attend St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in New Brighton.
Statement:
I am running to help create a Minnesota that is supportive and encouraging to family formation, growth, and flourishing. My campaign slogan is “Strong families, Strong Minnesota”. As the building block of society, family life must be healthy in order to make our state healthy. I will fight for the rights of parents to obtain a good education for their children, for a healthy economy that creates jobs and stable work environments, and for the laws of our state to be enforced so our streets will be safe for kids to walk, bike, and play outside!

Survey

Response Legend

  • YYes
  • NNo
  • ?Declined to Respond/Undecided, Position Unknown/Unclear
  • *Comment
  • Position based upon candidate record or extensive research

Question Response Comments/Notes
1. Should abortions be banned after fetal heartbeat is detected (around 6 weeks gestation)? Y
2. Do you oppose all taxpayer funding of abortion? Y
3. Do you oppose physician assisted suicide, also referred to as aid in dying? Y
4. Do you oppose public school policies that promote transgender ideology, such as comprehensive sex education? Y
5. Do you support legislation that preserves girls’ and women’s athletics for biological females? Y
6. Do you support school choice legislation, such as tuition tax credits, that would enable parents to choose the school that best suits their child’s needs? Y
7. Should people have their religious freedom protected if they refuse to participate in a same-sex wedding? Y
8. Do you oppose efforts to ban voluntary biblical counseling in the areas of gender and sexuality? Y
9. Do you support a parent’s fundamental right to direct the upbringing of their children, including their education and health care? Y