Tuesday, February 19th, 2019

Winona County Republicans

March 23, 2011 Greetings from the Capitol! We’ll be putting in long hours this week as we finalize our budget bills by a self-imposed deadline of this Friday. A month ago we established targets for overall spending in each major area–such as education, transportation, agriculture, public safety–but now we have to put the meat on […]

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 […]

Steve Drazkowski (28B) – Email Newsletter Hello from St. Paul, Though Governor Dayton’s State of the State Address was filled with gloom, I held out hope that in the days prior to his unveiling of a balanced budget for Minnesota, he would recognize that with a $6.2 billion deficit, state spending had to be reduced […]

Greetings from the Capitol! I took my first major floor votes this week: a budget bill, which was our first step to reduce the $6.2 billion deficit; another bill to lift the moratorium on nuclear power plants; and a bill that sets up alternative pathways to teacher certification. They will be reconciled with House bills […]

Winona County Republicans Official Convention Call Saturday, February 19, 2011 Registration begins 8:30 a.m. Convention starts 9:00 a.m. TO: THE DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES OF WINONA COUNTY Pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of the Republican Party of Minnesota and pursuant to the 2011 Call for Republican Party Basic Political Organizational Unit conventions, issued by […]

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 […]

Dr. Chris Barden has released a shocking expose’ on the current Attorney General’s office. The corruption at this post for the State is staggering.  Have a look at the video story here.

Republican candidates Randy Demmer and Tom Emmer will both be making last-minute campaign stops in Winona on Monday, one day before the general election. Demmer, who is running for Congress in the First District, will stop at the airport in Winona at 11:00 a.m. Monday. Emmer, who is running for Governor, will stop at the […]

Tom Emmer’s More Jobs, Tax Relief & Government Reform Rally Join Governors Haley Barbour, Chris Christie, Tim Pawlenty & Congressmen John Kline, Michele Bachmann, Erik Paulsen in support of Tom Emmer for Governor Saturday, October 30 Doors Open 1:00 PM Program Starts 2:00 PM Key Air Hangar Anoka County – Blaine Airport (Janes Field) 10188 […]

The Winona County Republicans are proud to announce one of the architects of the ’94 House takeover will be attending a rally in Winona, on the WSU campus this Saturday. When : Saturday, October 23rd, 7:45 am Where : East Room, Kryzko Commons, Winona State Campus Who : Newt Gingrich, Annette Meeks, Randy Demmer, Jeremy […]

The Elephant Club of St. Charles  is proud to announce the line-up for this weeks’ monthly meeting. Where : St. Charles Community Center When : 7 pm, Thursday October 21st Who : you! Scheduled guests include – Greg Wersal, candidate for Supreme Court Steve Swiggum, fmr Speaker of the House Steve Drazkowski, State Rep, 28B […]

The new ad in support of Randy Demmer is out. You can see the ad here.

September 20, 2010 Greetings The clock is winding down to November 2nd when conservative candidates will earn the opportunity to represent the elected majority in St. Paul and Washington.  But for that to take place we need your help, especially in the month of October.  Whether you volunteer to help a candidate or the Winona […]

This is just too much.  While the former senator is asking hard working Minnesotans to pay their fair share, Mark Dayton admits that the family has trusts in South Dakota.  We assume it is to reap tax benefits for the family fortune. Watch below, the reporter is WCCO’s Pat Kessler.

Hours before Mark Dayton accepted the primary victory, MN GOP launched a new TV ad that digs up some memories of his service as senator that he would rather forget. Here’s the link to the new ad. KSTP was quick to fact check the ad, and gave it an A-. You can watch that spot […]

As the debate over Arizona’s immigration law heats up, there is a new movie that is available now for order on the web called “Border”.   This was filmed on the Mexico-US border, and shows just how terrible the situation has become.  The Federal Government refuses to address the situation, and the mainstream press will not […]

In the three-way battle royal for the Democrat nod for governor, Mark Dayton has once again shown how he likes to win.  With cash.  He doesn’t have time to go through with the whole endorsing process, and instead prefers to just write a check, or two. This post from Mitch Berg on Look True North […]

Here’s the new web-ad from the Minnesota GOP. Take a listen.

A great link to a story in the Pioneer Press today that highlights the risks of a fractured DFL and their gubernatorial primary in August. Click here.

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 […]