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Meet Doug Wardlow: MNGOP Endorsed for Minnesota Attorney General

He will always stand firm with Minnesota families, farmers, and small businesses.


Vote August 14, 2018 Primary

Doug Wardlow, running as a Republican to be Minnesota’s next Attorney General, is a Minnesota-values conservative.

Doug values faith, family, and hard work. Doug is a family-man. Doug and Jenny Wardlow have three young children. His father was a U.S. Marine, and then a math teacher. Doug’s father and mother passed their values on to their son: Doug went to Georgetown Law – one of the nation’s most prestigious law schools – and graduated with honors.

As your Attorney General, Doug will be tough on crime and stand up for the rule of law. The Democrats have controlled the Office of Attorney General for 50 years. During the last 10 years, things have gotten especially bad. The part of the office meant to back up County Attorneys’ criminal prosecutions has been thinned. The part of the office that favors Democrats’ special-interests has expanded.

And during the Democrats’ control, massive welfare fraud has been completely ignored. Currently, millions of Minnesotan tax-dollars are being siphoned off by daycares that are billing for children not under their care. The fraud could be up to $100 million per year, or half of the entire childcare benefit program. State bureaucrats doubt the number is this high, but they also admit that they do not know the full extent of the problem.

One of the things the Attorney General is specifically tasked to do under Minnesota law is to prosecute welfare fraud. But Keith Ellison and Matt Pelikan, the two Democrats vying to run against Doug in November, have vowed not to investigate. Ellison went so far as to say that Fox 9, which broke the story, should retract its report. Ellison – a far left extremist – has no evidence as to why the report was false.

It gets worse. A good chunk of this stolen millions of your taxpayer dollars is being shipped off to Somalia, where at least some of it is being given to al Shabaab, a terror group affiliated with al-Qaeda that is in direct combat with American soldiers. Why won’t the Democrats do anything about this?

All this should tell you that the Democrats won’t stand up for the rule of law, for public safety, or for ordinary Minnesotans. But Doug Wardlow will.

Aside from being tough on crime, Doug will also stand up for Minnesotan businesses and Minnesotan families. As Attorney General, Doug will challenge illegal regulations that don’t match up with the laws written by the legislature. He will back up the legislature when it passes school choice legislation, legislation that protects life, and legislation that empowers Minnesota’s businesses. Here’s Doug’s Promise to Minnesota: He will always stand firm with Minnesota families, farmers, and small businesses.


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Contact: Billy Grant
Phone: 651-769-7133
Email: billy@rightvoter.com

 

Wardlow for Attorney General Campaign Launches First Digital Ad Ahead of Bernie Sanders Visit to Minnesota

Burnsville, MN – Ahead of Bernie Sanders’s visit to Minnesota, the Doug Wardlow for Attorney General campaign released a digital ad highlighting Keith Ellison’s and Bernie Sanders’s extreme political philosophies.
The ad has already been viewed over 8,000 times on social media.

Click the link below to view the ad on You Tube.

Extremists – Keith Ellison and Bernie Sanders


Doug Wardlow for Attorney General | PO Box 211725Eagan, MN 55121

Doug Wardlow

How To Get An Absentee Ballet For August Primary

Learn How You Can Vote Early or Vote If You Are Unable To Make It To Your Precinct Polling Location On August 14th, 2018

Early voting started June 29th 2018 for the August 14th, 2018 Primary. Below you’ll find the instructions from MN State of State website.

MN Vote 2018

To be eligible to vote in Minnesota you must:

• Be at least 18 years old on Election Day

• Be a citizen of the United States

• Have resided in Minnesota for 20 days immediately preceding Election Day

• Have any felony conviction record discharged, expired or completed

• Not be under court-ordered guardianship where a court has revoked your voting rights

• Not have been ruled legally incompetent by a court of law

Registered to vote? You do not have to be registered to vote to apply for an absentee ballot, but it makes the process easier. You can check your voter registration status online. If you need to register or update your voter registration, you may want to do that online before applying for an absentee ballot.

To complete this application online you must:

• Be eligible to register and vote in Minnesota

• Provide an email address

• Provide your identification number: MN-issued driver’s license, Minnesota ID card or last 4 digits of Social Security Number

If you do not have an email address and one of the identification numbers above, you cannot apply for your absentee ballot online. You may apply with a paper absentee ballot application.

If you are an active duty military or overseas voter, do not use this application. Use the special application for military and overseas voters.

If you already submitted your application, do not submit another one online; use the Absentee Ballot Lookup to find out where your absentee ballot is in the process, or contact your county election office.


Use the link below to complete your application for federal, state and county elections.

MN Voter Information Application


Contact Information From SOS Website:

ELECTIONS PHONE NUMBERS:

Metro Area: 651-215-1440

Greater MN: 1-877-600-VOTE (8683)

MN Relay Service: 711

Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Email: secretary.state@state.mn.us

ELECTIONS & ADMINISTRATION ADDRESS:

Get Directions

180 State Office Building

100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Saint Paul, MN 55155


Information found here on this page is from the Minnesota Secretary of State Website: https://www.sos.state.mn.us/

Grassroots North Carolina & Mark Robinson Stand Up for 2nd Amendment Rights at Greensboro City Council

Public Comments at the Greensboro North Carolina City Council meeting had some concerned law abiding gun owners commenting about the anti-2nd Amendment anti-gun show ordinances of the Mayor and City Council.  Andy Stevens, a Veteran, speaks first from Grassroots North Carolina (GRNC), the local Director of Government Affairs.  Mr Stevens was holding the Mayor and City Council of Greensboro North Carolina up to the law that protects exhibitors such at the Greensboro Gun Show at their civic center.

At 4:38 minutes into the video below Mark Robinson addresses the Mayor & City Council.  Mr Robinson tells it like it is, he is like the majority of law abiding gun owners.  The video is 8:55 minutes long.

Greensboro lifelong citizen Mark Robinson asks why law-abiding citizens are being blamed for criminals’ actions who don’t follow the law.  He gives a passionate speech about how his rights are being infringed on by the city leaders of Greensboro NC.  We applaud both speakers especially Mark Robinson.


We got permission to re-post this article from the Saintpaulrepublicans.us who posted this article on April 5, 2018.  — admin

MN HD66B Convention is March 10th

Attention Delegates, Alternates and Republican Residents of Minnesota House District 66B:

The HD 66B Republicans Convention will be on Saturday March 10th from 2:00pm to 5:00pm at the Rice Street Library. The MN House District 66B Convention shall be composed of the delegates and alternates elected at the February 6th, 2018 HD66B Caucus.

  • Location: Rice Street Library
  • Address: 1011 Rice St, St Paul, MN 55117
  • Registration: 2:00pm to 2:30pm
  • Convention Starts: 2:30pm to 5:00pm
We are asking for an at-will donation of $5 to cover convention supply expenses (e.g paper/printing costs of agenda, constitution, etc.). Cash, Check, Credit/Debit cards excepted. If you would like to make a PCR Donation, we’ll have forms available.

We are also requesting attendees bring an item to donate to 2nd Harvest Heartland.  Please go to this link for suggested items to donate.

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Food Collection Bin for Second Harvest
Our convention agenda may consist of:
  • 2018 State and Local Candidate Speeches
  • Nominating and voting on CD4 Convention delegates (CD4 Convention Date: April 21, 2018 at 8:00 pm)
  • Nominating and voting on MNGOP State Convention delegates (MNGOP State Convention Date: June 1st and 2nd, 2018)
  • Discussion and vote of any platform resolution(s) brought forward from February 6th Caucus
  • Discussion and vote of a HD66B Constitutional Amendment to have the Office of Treasurer be a voting member
  • Other business/motions delegates would like brought forward

Please Note: A person doesn’t have to be an HD66B delegate or alternate to attend the convention or be nominated and voted on to be a delegate or alternate for the CD4 and/or MNGOP State Conventions.  However, only HD66B Delegates (or alternates seated in place of a delegate) can vote on candidate nominations, any motions or amendments, and other required business during the meeting.

To attend on March 10th you need to meet the following requirements:

  1. A resident within MN HD66B
  2. Eligible to vote and will be at least 18 years of age on November 6th, 2018
  3. In agreement with the principles of the Republican party of Minnesota
  4. Have voted or affiliated with the party in the last general election or intend to do so in the next general election.

To be nominated and voted on to be a delegate at the CD4 and/or MNGOP State Convention, you must:

    1. Meet the above requirements
    2. Be in attendance at the MN HD66B Convention on March 10th, 2018

Go to the link below for the current MNGOP Party Platform

2016 Standing Minnesota Republican Party Platform

Map of HD66B

MN House District 66B 

(on the map of HD 66B the number of W6P3 was changed to W6P7)

66B Map

Precincts of House District 66B (Ward Precinct)

W1P16     W4P12     W4P13     W5P2     W5P3     W5P4     W5P5

W5P8      W5P9     W6P1     W6P7


Stay Informed – Links to Other Republican Websites

MN Congressional District 4 Republicans
MN GOP

Stay Informed – Meet the Current Republican Candidates Running for State or Federal Office

Governor (Candidates are listed in alphabetical order)

Attorney General

State Auditor

Senate – Class 1 (running against incumbent Amy Klobuchar)

Senate – Class 2 (filling Al Franken’s seat)

Congressional District 4

  • Currently there are no Republicans challenging Congresswoman Betty McCollum

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