MAIN STREET CAMPAIGNING –
Thank you for reading our weekly report. We continue to organize and build the support needed to finish the job and defeat liberal Tim Walz in 2016.
To stay connected with our campaign, please:
Visit the campaign’s website - www.jimhagedorn.org
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HAGEDORN vs. WALZ (ON THE ISSUES) –
Obamacare premiums and deductibles are skyrocketing (see graph):
We blasted Obamacare Democrat Tim Walz in this widely read and shared Facebook post for the skyrocketing premiums and deductibles that are crushing southern Minnesotans.
Where’s my $2,500 in Obamacare savings, Mr. Walz?:
As your premiums/deductibles go through the roof, Tim Walz continues to defend his indefensible Obamacare vote. Check out this video that went viral in 2014. When asked to explain his vote for Obamacare Walz laughs and bloviates.
Let’s replace both Walz and Obamacare!
Tim Walz supports gun control and the Gun-Free School Zones Act:
Our campaign used Facebook to repost this 2012 article in which Tim Walz blasted NRA President Wayne LaPierre for his organization’s proposal to repeal the failed Gun-Free School Zones Act. Walz indignantly said we shouldn’t turn schools into “armed encampments.”
In typical liberal elitist fashion, Walz has no problem being protected by 1,800 police officers and working in the armed encampment of Capitol Hill; but training and arming school employees to protect America’s children to deter or cut-short violence is out-of-the-question.
Thanks to Nobles County resident David Bosma for authoring this letter-to-the-editor condemning Tim Walz’s recent ultra-left vote to sanction infanticide. Mr. Bosma’s letter was published in Worthington’s Daily Globe on October 7, 2015.
THIS WEEK –
This week I am scheduled to attend a charity event in Rochester, spend time with wounded warriors, visit with several farmers and continue making media stops to discuss my policy of suspending future transfers of Islamic and other refugees to the United States.
Thanks for reading,