Skip to comments.Minnesota, who to vote for?
Posted on 08/14/2018 5:12:06 AM PDT by MNDude
Voting is today in Minnesota but I have no idea who to vote for.
Any recommendations what candidates have Freeper values?
Tim Pawlenty is a criminal and close to John McCain.
If you want a republican governor you’re going to have to hold your nose and vote for Pawlenty (who has a great ad out about illegals costing the state taxpayers millions in benefits they don’t deserve). He’s the only one, because of name recognition, who could beat Walz.
Agreed. Pawlenty is a reasonable choice on a state wide level. Beyond that, nope.
You wait until the polls open before you research the candidates? And then ax people from Texas and Pennsylvania who you should vote for.
Go back to sleep.
Vote the Trump-supporting Jeff Johnson. And Karen Housley.
Agree! Pawlenty plans on the big bucks in Washington DC and the “Cities” to put him back in the Governor seat. He is NOT the endorsed Republican candidate and has not put effort into the re-election. Also, the ads put out about Jeff Johnson are false. Pete Stauber for District 8 U.S. Representative. Doug Warlow for Attorney General-definitely need to not allow Keith Ellison to become Attorney General!
Sen Klobuchar challenger?
Ladies, who you gonna vote for?
Klobuchar is low-IQ, don't worry about her.
None of the above.
T-Paw is refusing to support guns and is talking about banning parts and limiting access.
Thats how we get a replubican taking our guns away..
Plus, I doubt it’ll be walz.. I bet it will be the Erins.
Jim Newberger is challenger to Amy Kloubacher.
Karin Housley is running for seat vacated by Al Franken.
Why aren’t you better informed?
You wait until the polls open before you research the candidates?
But he’s one cool dude according to his home page.
....”Im one cool dude!”....
Karin Housley is McConnell’s cheap labor RINO. Anderson is the better choice to challenge smith.
The best way to get rid of corrupt Democrats in Minnesota is to vote for Ellison. ;-)
You are exactly right. This is what Democrats do — don’t do their homework and then cast a vote with the cattle. My answer would be: if you haven’t done what you need to do to decide for yourself, don’t vote. Voting is not only a right, but a responsibility and this person has not accepted his/her responsibility to be informed.
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