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Candidate In Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional, Adam Weeks Dies Unexpectedly



Goodhue County farmer, Adam Charles Weeks has passed away. The legal Marijuana now party’s candidate was reported to have died a few days ago. His cause of death was not made public.

According to Kevin O’Connor, the party’s candidate for U.S. Senate, Adams Charles Weeks died earlier this week. “It’s a sad and sudden thing. We are pretty much taken aback,” he said.

U.S Rep Angie Craig reacting to the sad demise of Adam Weeks said they deeply saddened about the tragic loss.

“I was deeply saddened to hear the tragic news of Adam Weeks’ passing earlier this week,” Craig said. “Cheryl and I are praying for the Weeks family during this difficult time.”

About Adam Weeks

Adam Weeks understands the struggle of growing up against the odds. Raised by a single mother from the age of 2 until he graduated from Northfield High School in 2000, Adam now grows vegetables without the use of chemical herbicides or pesticides in Goodhue County.

He delivers vegetables weekly as part of the community Agriculture movement and sells the rest at local farmer markets.

Because of his belief in strong communities, Adam regularly volunteers his time and money to support independently owned local businesses.

When he is not farming or directly engaged in activism you can catch Adam at live concerts or playing disc gold with his nieces and nephews.

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