I won’t risk my children’s future with Biden

New Ad: I won’t risk my children’s future with Biden.

New Trump Campaign Ad   Joe Biden’s policies worry me. He is weak.   Biden embraced the policies of the far left.   Biden will raise taxes, give amnesty to 11 million illegal immigrants.   Biden’s trade deals emptied our factories   I am afraid to say this out loud…   I won’t risk my […]

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Women for Trump July 29 at Tobies

Let’s join up with the Pine County Republican Women at Tobies in Hinckley on July 29th MN Women for Trump MAGA Meet-Up Winning with Women Wednesday Watch Party July 29th, 6:15 PM – 8:00 PM Tobies Little Kettle Room Join us Wednesday, July 29th, from 6:15 to 8:00 PM to hear from Trump Victory’s MN […]

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NYT Bari Weiss Resignation

The attached letter of resignation is from (former) New York Times columnist Bari Weiss. She was originally hired as a counterweight to the prevailing attitude of “we’re smarter than all of our readers and we’ll decide for you how to think about issues. Oh, by the way, Donald Trump is the worst disaster to ever […]

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Sharing the Watchdog

Good info from Harold Hamilton: Watchdog Weekly Email Update  https://theminnesotawatchdog.weebly.com/ July 3rd, 2020 Editor’s Note: Happy Independence Day, as this is the last edition prior to America’s birthday. At least to those who celebrate, as it appears some large number of Americans don’t, no longer believing in American exceptionalism or the American dream. Troubling times. […]

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Kendall’s Response to Dean Phillips and His Vision of America

Sharing the MNGOP NEWSLETTER Interesting perspective from Kendall Qualls. Kendall Qualls, as a Black-American descended from slaves, takes umbrage with Dean’s characterization of America as a systemically racist country. In its place, Kendall offers a vision of hope because “America is an exceptional place full of exceptional people” with opportunity for all. Kendall’s full response […]

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Special Session goes Sine Die

​​From the Minnesota House Republicans: A quick update for you with a roundup and some talking points about the end of special session. Please let me know if you have any questions. Special Session goes Sine Die (adjourns without any future date being designated)  Despite optimism late Friday evening that deals could be reached on a […]

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Why we pause today

Today we remember that freedom isn’t free. Thank you to all who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Friends, today we pause to remember those who have laid down their lives to defend the freedoms that we continue to enjoy today in America. Every time our nation has sounded the call, Minnesotans have faithfully been there to […]

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Special Advisory: MN GOP Postpones Conventions Due to Coronavirus

Dear Fellow Republicans, On Thursday evening, the Republican Party of Minnesota Executive Committee voted to postpone all party organized conventions and large gatherings effective immediately through April 15, 2020. It is the Republican Party of Minnesota’s responsibility to put the health and safety of Minnesotans, our grassroots activists, candidates, and elected officials first. After conversations […]

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Legislative Update from Sondra Erickson 3/13/2020

March 13, 2020 Dear Neighbors, Earlier this week, the legislature voted unanimously in the House and Senate to approve emergency funding for the Department of Health to continue their response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The bill included protections for taxpayers that would require money to be paid back to the general fund if it goes […]

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Last Chance for tickets to Fun, Dinner, & Dancing!

Let’s have some fun! Have you ever wanted to learn to ballroom dance? Katie & Caleb Jacobs will be teaching some easy ballroom dances at a "Ball" on March 7th! There will also be a buffet dinner. 5 PM– Social Hour & Silent Auction Dance lessons by Katie & Caleb Jacobs 7 PM– Buffet Dinner […]

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