CAPITOL CHATTER Farm Bureau backs Emmer, Farmers' Union picks Dayton
The Minnesota Farm Bureau political action committee endorsed Republican Tom Emmer for governor and a similar state Farmers Union organization picked Democrat Mark Dayton.
The ag organizations' picks... Posted on 9/23/10 at 4:07 PM
Our troubled economy and the uncertainty that lies ahead have caused my family to review our budgets and cut back where we can. Some budget cuts are more difficult than others, but we try to live within our means to ensure a more secure future for our children.
How wonderful it is to have reviewed the record of Minnesota House candidate Judy Lindsay. I recall her steadfast fight for the students in District 196 so that they would receive a broad and comprehensive education on the opinions of the human race.
As one who has held high positions in our community, Bruce Endler wrote an unfounded opinion last week. Endler is a former ISD 196 school board elected member and former chair of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor party for District 37.
Judy Lindsay represents the best in conservative values. While serving on the District 196 School Board she was resolved and determined. She frequently stood alone on behalf of the average taxpayer with the rest of the school board members and teachers’ union working in tandem against her.
I am writing in support of Jeff Weisensel for Rosemount City Council. While a number of people are running for the two open seats, none of the other candidates possess the experience and leadership that Jeff Weisensel can bring to Rosemount.
Judy also mentioned my name as a reason to consider her “bi-partisan” at the Town Pages forum in Rosemount last week. This was done without my knowledge and without asking my consent, which would not have been given.
It is very interesting that Kurt Hansen has mounted a write in campaign for the Minnesota House of Representatives. Unfortunately for Mr. Hansen, Minnesota has a “sour grapes” law that prohibits primary losers from running as an independent.
When you are voting for the city council election, you want to vote for someone you can trust to do the right thing, someone who wants to serve the community because they believe in helping others, someone who is good with people, can establish good working relationships and who is willing to listen.
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