Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Winona County Republicans

Minnesota farmers might be wondering how their lives may change thanks to the decisions made by Governor Dayton and our new Democrat-led legislature. No one can deny the importance of Minnesota’s farmers. Not only are they the backbone of Minnesota’s economy, they are also responsible for producing the food that helps feed our nation and […]

Assistant Minority Leader * 289 State Office Building 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155 651-296-2273E-mail: [email protected] Legislative Assistant: Chelsea Thompson 651-296-1544 Committee Assignments: GOP-Lead: Judiciary Finance and Policy Government Operations Taxes Biographical Information: Home: Mazeppa 1646 Cherry St. E., 55956; 651-564-0638 Occupation: Business Education: B.S., agriculture, University of Wisconsin-River […]

Greetings from the Capitol, February 28, 2013 Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB), the state’s non-partisan fiscal agent, recently released the official budget forecast for February 2013. The forecast provided positive news for Minnesota. The forecast shows an additional surplus of $295 million for the current biennium, bringing the total surplus for the current 2012-13 biennium […]

In a new ad by Minnesota Majority, they illustrate candidate Dayton, versus Governor Dayton. Governor Dayton told Tom Hauser, in a televised debate, that he would not shut government down over a tax increase. See the ad here.

During this session’s budget debate, it’s time to get the other side. Watch here.

Follow this link to watch freshman Senator John Howe on the “Your Legislators” TV show that aired on April 28th

State economists shared an updated budget forecast with lawmakers this week, and the initial numbers are positive. Minnesota has collected $984 million more than expected over the past few months, meaning our previous projection of the state budget deficit of $6.2 billion has now fallen to $5.1 billion. Why the change? The analysts tell us […]

Fist up is Senator Miller. Greetings from the Capitol! Until this week our committee meetings were taken up with overviews by Senate Counsel and Research and by major stakeholders in our areas of responsibility, but now we have begun to consider our first bills. Legislating is a great responsibility: we are writing laws that will […]

On Thursday, July 15th, all interested citizens in southeastern Minnesota are invited to participate in a town-hall style listening session in the Community Room at the St. Charles City Hall building, beginning at 7:00 pm. This listening session in St. Charles is part of the Emmer for Governor Freedom and Prosperity Tour.  The meeting will […]

Today Republicans from all over the state showed up at the State Office Building to file their respective offices.  Over 100 of the Party’s best and brightest attended a press conference and stopped in the Secretary of State’s office to fulfill the legal requirement for showing up on the ballot in November. The mass filing […]

Someone at the NRSC has a great sense of humor. Check out their new ad.

Earlier this week, the Minnesota House took up their form of the bonding bill.  As posted here earlier, the Senate has passed their version last week, totaling $999 million.  The House version tops a whopping $1.1 billion on the State’s credit card. During debate on the Floor, the Democrat Majority used a rare parliamentary maneuver […]

The Minnesota House Republican Caucus, led by Rep. Zellers have a plan. Check out this post from Freedom Dogs http://www.freedomdogs.com/news-archive-mainmenu-2/72-minnesota-news-and-topics/4281-i-like-what-im-seeing-from-the-house-republicans.html.