“I am voting for Randy Maluchnik because he truly puts people first through his actions, programs, and policies.
I have lived in Carver County since 2009. Last year, I left my job to go back to school to pursue my dreams and get a job that will help me support my family of five. CareerForce, in Chaska, helped make this possible for me. They helped me figure out my school and career path, find scholarships for me, daycare assistance for my kids, and helped me every step of the way. Programs like these prove how much Randy cares about ALL of us here in Carver County in all stages of our lives.”
- Salsabil, Chaska -
"I first met Randy years ago at an event hosted by the Veterans Service Officer and MAC-V. I cannot express how much respect and gratefulness I have towards his work and efforts throughout the years, especially his work on establishing transitional housing for Veterans in Chaska. He has a way of really listening to someone. When you speak with him, you feel like your voice is truly being heard, and if you bring a topic his way, he truly strives to make sure he can help. We need more people like this in the world! I have hope for so much in the future because of the resources he helped make possible and the way that my children’s lives and mine have been changed for the better in such a short amount of time. I believe that Randy’s leadership can have a positive impact on the lives of others in the county, too."
- Teri, Chaska -
“As public school teachers, we are always thinking about how our students, neighbors, and our own children will develop and grow in their community. Two years ago, our home search brought our family to Chaska. We enjoy the great community programming, trails, parks, access to healthcare, and excellent public schools here in District 112, where we are proudly sending our own children as kindergarten and preschool students.
Randy Maluchnik is part of a team of local leaders who use data, community feedback, and practical strategies to create programs and policies that put the needs of this community first.”
- Kayla and Reid, Chaska -
"When we were looking for a home we wanted a place that was family oriented, safe, and had good schools. We were pretty limited on budget and were happy to find a home in this great community. We moved in next door to Randy on July 5th, 2017. On July 7th, 2017 our house caught on fire. It was a terrible time for us, and Randy and his wife Suzette were there willing to help. While many of the neighbors were very kind and helpful, there were a few that went above and beyond and Randy was one of those people. They did not know us because we had just moved in, in fact my husband had only met one neighbor just prior to the fire, but Randy’s home was open to us.Since that time, we have gotten to know Randy and his family and our opinion of him has only gone higher. From watching him dote on his grandchildren, to watching our pup Clara get excited to see him when he comes home - He always has pats for her, and sometimes treats too! As a veteran he has known hard work and discipline and he has continued to serve his neighbors and greater community throughout his life. I believe Randy will continue to do what is in the best interest of the community as County Commissioner and that is why we will be voting for Randy in November."
- Megan and Robin, Chaska -
"Commissioner Maluchnik and other members of the county board played an important role in guiding and securing new developments, such as the opening of Highway 212 to County Road 11 in July 2008, which have a profound impact on the future development of the county and our community. The coalition, and Commissioner Maluchnik as its president, have led the effort to complete the much needed segments of Highway 212 between Carver and Cologne and between Cologne and Norwood Young America. These segments are very unsafe and in great need of replacement to save lives and expand businesses.
Thanks to Commissioner Maluchnik's persistence and leadership, further improvements will be made to expand Highway 212 between Carver and Cologne.
Our county needs elected officials like Randy Maluchnik, who know how to develop strong relationships with individuals, institutions, units and agencies of government, and businesses, and to work with people who have different perspectives, to secure resources from the state and federal governments to accomplish major projects."
- Bob Lindall, Chaska -