MNGOP Governor Candidates 2018 Caucus Letters

As a Courtesy to Republican Caucus Attendees around this great state of Minnesota, we are posting the Caucus Letters of the Governor Candidates of the Republican Party of Minnesota (MNGOP).  There will be a write in blank for candidates not listed on the official Gubernatorial Straw Poll ballot.  If you feel so inclined to vote for one of them, it is your choice of your own free will.  We will post the letters, a downloadable pdf, and connections to the candidates’ information pages.  We are doing this so if you are undecided as to who you want to vote for in the Straw Poll these letters will help better inform you.  The order is in no certain order, we want to let you know there are 2 Johnsons on the Straw Poll Ballot, Commissioner Jeff Johnson, and Lance Johnson.  This is a courtesy of HD 66B Republicans.

~~ Tom Polachek, HD 66B Republicans Chair


Mary Giuliani Stephens

Mary Giuliani Stephens Caucus letter PDF

maryformngov.com


Phillip C. Parrish

Phillip C Parrish Caucus Letter PDF

parrish4mn.com


Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson Caucus Letter PDF

www.johnsonforgovernor.org


Keith Downey

Keith Downey Caucus Letter PDF

www.downeyforgovernor.com


Below are additional candidates the News Media does not cover much if at all, but they are listed as Republicans.  They are also listed on the Straw Poll Ballot.

Lance Johnson

lancejohnson4governor2018.com


Jeffrey Ryan Wharton

www.facebook.com/whartonforminnesota2018


Ole Savior

Ole Savior runs for governor — as a Republican (Star Tribune May 19, 2010)


Nikolay Nikolayevich Bey

Nikolay Nikolayevich Bey, MN CFB Candidate’s file

ballotpedia.org/Nikolay_Nikolayevich_Bey


Bob Carney Jr

www.bobagain.com


There might be other letters by candidates running for statewide offices.  Here is Pam Myhra who is running for State Auditor

Pam Myrha State Auditor Candidate Caucus PDF


Often times at Precinct Caucuses people forget about the Platform Resolutions or they don’t have enough Resolution forms. So we are providing a PDF for the Platform Resolutions, and also a pdf of the 2016 Republican Party of Minnesota Standing Platform.

2016 Republican Party of Minnesota Standing Platform

2018 MNGOP Platform Resolutions Form PDF


 

What Has Betty Done For You? Or Rather, Not Done For You!

CALLING ALL CD4 REPUBLICANS

Betty is asking for thoughts and opinions at her town hall on February 1st.  Is there a reason it should just be opinions from her base? Congresswoman McCollum represents everyone in CD4.

Take this opportunity to listen to her and then give her feedback on her performance.

Congresswoman McCollum’s Voting Record

Although we are a minority political voice in Saint Paul, we don’t have to be a silent voice.

Our representatives need to hear from all of us.

Please make every effort to attend on Thursday, February 1 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium at the North High School in North St. Paul.

Faceoff


McCollum News: Republican-Inflicted Chaos Continues; Town Hall Set for Feb. 1

Betty McCollum

“Dear Neighbor:

On Monday, the Senate and then the House passed a short-term continuing resolution (CR), the fourth since the fiscal year started on October 1, 2017. While this 17-day CR ended a three-day government shutdown, it provides Minnesotans with no assurances that Congress will reach a budget agreement or address critical issues like protecting Dreamers.

I opposed this 17-day stopgap spending bill because it is nothing more than a cover up for the abject failure of President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress to get its work done and pass appropriations bills.

The Republican strategy of lurching from one continuing resolution to the next will continue to cause serious damage to our national security and erode the vital services that families, businesses, and communities depend upon.

While Republicans have finally stopped blocking reauthorization of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, this legislation still fails Minnesota children and families. It does nothing to extend funding for our Community Health Centers, which will now be forced to lay off staff and limit services.

Until Republicans are serious about negotiating with Democrats on a budget agreement, the continuing resolution passed today will simply yield another continuing resolution — or shutdown — next month. That is a terrible deal for Minnesota.

For the past year, President Donald Trump and Congressional Republicans have wasted time on their disastrous Trumpcare plan to take away health care from millions of Americans and their tax scam giveaway to billionaires and big corporations. They haven’t even tried negotiating in good faith with Democrats on a long-term budget deal and action on urgent national priorities.

Republicans now have until Feb. 8 — with just two full legislative days scheduled between now and then — to reach an agreement with Democrats on a long-term budget deal and national priorities. It is time for President Trump and his Republican Congress to end the chaos and begin to negotiate in good faith.

As a member of the House Appropriations Committee, I will continue to speak out against President Trump and the Republicans’ failure to govern responsibly. And I will continue to vote against further delay on a real budget that meets the needs of our military and upholds our commitments to the American people.

TOWN HALL MEETING SET FOR FEBRUARY 1

The first year of President Trump’s administration has been filled with White House chaos and a Republican Congress that refuses to govern responsibly.

With that in mind, I want to update the Fourth District about what’s going on in Washington and hear directly from you about the issues that matter most to you and your families. I’m hosting a town hall meeting on Thursday, February 1 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the auditorium at the North High School in North St. Paul. North High School is located at 2416 11th Avenue, North Saint Paul, MN 55109.

I’m looking forward to a robust conversation about the Trump administration and our country’s future. Bring a friend or neighbor and join us on Thursday, February 1!”

Sincerely,

Betty McCollum

Washington D.C. Office
2256 Rayburn
House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-6631

St. Paul Office
661 LaSalle St. Suite #110
St. Paul, Minnesota 55114
Phone: (651) 224-9191
Fax: (651) 224-3056


Congresswoman McCollum’s Voting Record

CD4 Full Committee Meeting and Special Election For Officers

Attention Saint Paul Republicans:

The next meeting of the CD 4 Full Committee will be held on January 30, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the Shoreview Library, 4560 Victoria St. N., Shoreview. An agenda will be emailed out before the meeting. In addition to conducting the business of CD 4, we will have as guest speakers governor candidate Matt Dean and U.S. Senate candidate Jim Newberger. Guests are encouraged to attend but will not be allowed to vote on the business of CD 4.

At this meeting, the Full Committee will also elect a new Secretary and a new Vice Chair, to replace Kathy McCarthy, the previous Secretary and Charity Hayden, the previous Vice Chair who both resigned for personal reasons.

If you have questions, please email chairman@cd4-mngop.com.

Thank you.

Dave Sina
CD 4 Chairman