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With 52 Tuesdays until the 2016 election there is good reason for electoral optimism!
The national wave of anti-Obama discontent that led to unprecedented Democrat ballot box massacres (see Fox News chart) is finally strong enough to affect politics in Minnesota.
By DeeDee Stiepan, ROCHESTER, Minn. – It’s been a topic of contention for several years, but Friday President Obama announced he is rejecting the proposal to build the KeystoneXL Pipeline. The announcement put an end to the seven-year political battle over the project, which would have spanned North America.
November 6, 2015 | Press Release
HAGEDORN STATEMENT ON OBAMA REJECTION OF KEYSTONE XL
Blue Earth, MN – Republican First District congressional candidate Jim Hagedorn issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline:
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This past week I had the pleasure of visiting Truman and speaking with the teachers and students of St. Paul’s Lutheran School, my former grade school (see above picture).
Life Lessons and Words of Wisdom Republican candidate for Congress in Minnesota's First District Jim Hagedorn visits Alma mater St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Truman By Neal Meyer, Truman Tribune Publisher This past Friday Jim Hagedorn, Republican candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s First District, visited with the...