Category Archives: Politics

Training: Path to Power

The AFL-CIO has a program called PATH TO POWER which helps local activists build power to influence positively their communities. One particular way is to run for a local office. The first training is now scheduled for Saturday, January 24th … Continue reading

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Here is your DFL Endorsed Sample Ballot!

Please vote for the entire ticket! [click on the image for full size – large, 3.1MB size – poster]

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SunThisWeek Endorses Mike Obermueller

Yesterday we were informed that our local newspaper, the SunThisWeek, endorsed Mike Obermueller for Congress over John Kline. The endorsement appeared in an article on their website and in the newspaper yesterday. The article’s title is Folks will get a fairer … Continue reading

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New Video by the Obermueller Campaign

Ok folks, here it is – the newest video by the Obermueller Campaign – WOW!!! It is called “Back it up!” and it is a call to all of us to action!

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Absentee Ballot Voting

[view a PDF – printable – 990K] Absentee voting means voting by mail or in person before Election Day, instead of at the polling place ON Election Day. Any Voter may vote absentee. You NO LONGER need a reason. Absentee … Continue reading

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Lessons from History – Bastille Day

Today is 14th of July, known in France as Le quatorze juillet and La Fête Nationale. In English-speaking countries, we use the name Bastille Day. 

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Making Minnesota Better

With election season in full swing and the U.S. Supreme Court (and Koch Brothers) unleashing unlimited big money into our lives, we’ve been subjected to a lot of political nonsense each and every day. This makes it so easy for … Continue reading

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Don’t get dazzled by their misinformation

According to DFL’s Ellen M. Perrault, the Center for the American Experiment spreads various misinformation about Minnesota’s economy. Ms. Perrault stats: Let’s look at the scoreboard: While the Center for the American Experiment claims that Minnesota is losing millions of … Continue reading

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