Representative Clark Johnson
Representative Johnson received his B.A. from Michigan State University in 1974, his B.S. from Minnesota State University in 1985, and his M.S. from Minnesota State University in 1990. He lives with his wife of 34 years in North Mankato; they have two adult daughters. His legislative focuses are on parental leave and paid sick time, tax reform to benefit the middle class, and protecting Minnesota’s natural resources. Clark currently works as the Social Studies Coordinator at Minnesota State University, Mankato.