M4TUSA-President Trump’s First 100 Day Event
M4TUSA-President Trump’s First 100 Day Triumphs
STATE CAPITOL MINNESOTA
75 REV DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA 55155
MAY 6TH, 2017
**Keynote Speaker: Senator Dan Hall**
Chris Barden, Ph.D, J.D.
Representatives: Jim Newberger-15B/Job Growth, Matt Dean-38B, Gleen Gruenhagen-18B/Health and Human Service, Steve Drazkowski-21B/Tax Committee, Captain William Brueske/Veterans
Together, Minnesotans are gathering to unite in a peaceful rally in support of President Trump and his administration to celebrate his accomplishments, and to inform the public of their next steps.
You may contact: Alley Waterbury, M4TUSA@gmail.com, 651-324-8260
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One vision, the vision I share, believes in putting people first, putting them back in charge. It respects the inherent dignity of each person and trusts them to control their lives; a vision that creates opportunities for success allowing people to build something for themselves and a life for their families. It believes the source of our greatness is an empowered citizenry, to create value in their lives, to pursue their dreams and to find their own happiness.
A 17-year corporate executive at Super Valu Stores, Inc. and Dahlberg, Inc. and a 35-year co-owner of a family business, as well as an elected official at the local and state level, Linda Runbeck has experience in both the public and private sectors. In addition, she spent several years in the non-profit sector with the Taxpayers League of MN and became its president. She has served 18 years (non-consecutive) in the legislature, spending 5 terms in the House and 2 terms in the Senate. Currently, she chairs the House Sub-Committee on Metropolitan Council Accountability and Transparency.
Minnesota needs solutions to our tough challenges. During partisan gridlock, I have been able to seek the common ground necessary to get things done.
Reconnecting Minnesota’s middle class to affordable, quality health insurance, doctors and medicines. Government is to blame, but finger pointing is not helping anyone. We need solutions.
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