These past several weeks area voters have written several letters to local newspapers, including the Rosemount Town Pages, voicing their concern about Judy Lindsay's judgment and ability to represent the interests of House district 37B. A popular quote used to demonstrate her questionable views and misplaced zeal comes from an article published in the Pioneer Press on March 21, 2003 where she said, "We are afraid of the sex pushers coming into our community and pandering to the curiosity of children and childlike adults. That's what's happening because of Minnesota's human rights act, which prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation”.
Primary elections like the one that will take place next Tuesday in Rosemount rarely draw much attention from voters. It's understandable, we suppose. The elections, coming less than two months before the real thing in November, don't really decide anything final. They narrow fields. They prune names from the ballot. But in most cases the candidates who have their political aspirations either ended or put on hold didn't have much of a chance in the first place. It's hard to build a real personal interest when there's little to no chance your preferred candidate will lose.
There are a number of reasonable responses to finding out a business in your city has had an explosion. Surprise is a good one. So is concern for the business' employees. You never want to find yourself reacting with a, "What, again?"
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