Volunteers Needed: Make MN Red

We have lots going on over the next couple weeks and we could use any and all support you are able to provide to help get our endorsed candidates elected.  Please see below dates and activities for when we need volunteers.



Saturday, July 21st – Rondo Days Parade

If you are seeing this early enough, we hope you are able to come to the Rondo Parade. Thanks to Senate District 65, we have a Float in the parade and need walkers to carry candidate signs. Come wearing your favorite candidate shirt, a red shirt or a patriotic style shirt.  

  • Line up at 9:30am
  • Parade Starts at 10:00am.
  • Look for the float with American flags – unit #35 in the parking lot of St Peter Claver School   1060 Central Av N  St Paul  MN  
  • Dallas Pierson will be pulling the MetroGOP float
  • Questions: Contact Karen Bauman at deputychair@cd4-mngop.com or 651-246-6498
Saturday, July 21st – Cookout & Calls
If you are seeing this email early enough, we hope you are able to help the Johnson Campaign makes some “get out the vote” phone calls. 
We are less than a month away from the primary election…and we need all hands on deck. Join us for a cookout this Saturday at the Johnson for Governor HQ. Grab some food provided by the Johnson Campaign, make calls, and get Jeff’s message out to thousands of voters! We can win this, but not without YOUR help! Come anytime between 12:00pm and 5:00pm and stay as long as you are able.  We’ll stop making calls at 6:00pm.

July 21, 2018 at 12:00pm – 6:00pm

Jeff Johnson for Governor Headquarters
1710 Douglas Dr N
Suite 111
Golden Valley, MN 55422
Saturday, July 28th – Slice of Shoreview Parade
Slice of Shoreview – Hosted by house Districts 42A & 42B.  We need walkers to carry candidate signs. Come wearing your favorite candidate shirt, a red shirt or a patriotic style shirt. Free parade shuttle for volunteers – bus runs every 15 minutes between Deluxe parking lot and beginning of parade route. Watch for House candidates Randy Jessup of 42A and Yele-Mis Yang of 42B along with Greg Ryan for US Congress.
  • Line up for the parade starts at 9:00am 
  • Parade Starts 10:00am
  • Meet at the Resurrection Lutheran Church parking lot. 

Get the latest updates by following the event at:https://www.facebook.com/events/280316325847196/

  • Questions: Contact Karen Bauman at deputychair@cd4-mngop.com or 651-246-6498
Sunday, July 29th – Rice Street Parade
Rice Street Parade sponsored by Senate District 65 – come out and have some fun. We need to make the last effort to walk for our candidates before Primary.  Come wearing your favorite candidate shirt, a red shirt or a patriotic style shirt.   Park at the Rice/Arlington fields.  If you are being dropped off by someone please do so at Nebraska and Albemarle. You can then turn right on Albermarle and go to Larpenteur Avenue or Wheelock to get back to Rice Street. Vehicles that are not in the parade will not be allowed past Albermarle.
  • Line-up at Washington Technology Magnate School; 1495 Rice Street the corner of -Rice Street & Nebraska Avenue
  • Line up for the parade starts at 12:00pm
  • Parade Starts 1:00pm
  • Look for the float with American flags 
  • Unit # 41
Get the latest updates for the parade by following the event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/2555859277972625/
  • Questions: Contact Karen Bauman at deputychair@cd4-mngop.com or 651-246-6498
Little Canadian Parade – Sponsored by 42B. This is the last parade before the primary.  We need volunteers to help carry candidate signs.  Come wearing your favorite candidate shirt, a red shirt or a patriotic style shirt.
  • Line up starts 11:00am at Market Place Dr and Little Canada Road
  • Parade starts at 12:00pm
  • Look for the float with American flags 

Get the latest updates for the parade by following the event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/179045496094191/

  • Questions: Contact Karen Bauman at deputychair@cd4-mngop.com or 651-246-6498
Thursday, August 23rd Minnesota State Fair
Saturday, September 1st Minnesota State Fair
We will run 3 shifts at the fair this year.
The shifts that we need volunteers for are: 
  • 8:30am to 1:00pm 
  • 12:30pm to 5:00pm
  • 4:30pm to 9:00pm  

Please note you are responsible for the cost of admissions into the fair.  Email us atmnhd66brepublicans@gmail.comwith the time(s) you are available to help.Please let us know by July 28th if you can help at the State Fair. We need to submit the names of our volunteers by July 29th.

Get involved with a specific campaign.
Jeff Johnson For Governor
Contact Micah Olson:  micah@johnsonforgovernor.org
Jeff Johnson for Governor Headquarters
1710 Douglas Dr N
Suite 111
Golden Valley, MN 55422 


Greg Ryan for Congress
G Ryan For Congress
PO Box 130501
Roseville, MN 55113



Karin Housley for U.S. Senate
Karin Housley for Senate Headquarters
1000 University Ave
Suite 10
Saint Paul, MN 55104


Jim Newberger for U.S. Senate
Jim Newberger for U.S. Senate
Becker, MN 55308



Doug Wardlow for MN Attorney General
Doug Wardlow for MN AG
1369 Grace Drive
Eagan, MN 55123
Contact: info@dougwardlowag.com or Nathan Raddatz (651) 925-6125


Pam Myhra for State Auditor
Pam Myhra for State Auditor
Burnsville, MN 55337
Contact: pam@pamforauditor.com or call at (952) 228-8249


John Howe for MN Secretary of State
John Howe for MN SoS
Red Wing, MN 55066

Monday, July 30th  JUST FOR FUN – Come Watch Dinesh D’Souza’s New Film: “Death of a Nation” 


  • Monday, July 30, 2018 7:00 pm – 9 pm
  • Theater: New Vision Mounds View 15, 2430 Highway 10, Mounds View, MN 55112
  • Questions: Call Dave Sina at 651-484-4303 or email chair@cd4-mngop.com

Please arrive 15 minutes before showing.


Como Fest 2018 Events

If you would like to take a break from politics and meet your neighbors, or check out the Como Park Neighborhood, you’re in luck Como Fest is here again.

Here is a list from the District 10 Como Park Community Council Website published on July 10, 2018.

ComoFest returns again this summer, with affordable family fun for everyone the last three weekends of July. Here’s what you don’t want to miss:

  • Friday July 20: Lyngblomsten Mid-Summer Festival, 2-8 p.m., 1415 Almond Ave. Mid-Summer Festival celebrates how Lyngblomsten is promoting artistic exploration, wellness, and lifelong learning for older adults 365 days a year. The day includes an arts showcase featuring works created by older adults, make-and-take art activities, live music and entertainment, wellness opportunities, food, games, and more! Admission is free; food and activities are priced for affordable fun. Map
  • Saturday July 21: ComoFest 5k Walk/Run for Everyone (benefiting Como Park Falcon Heights Living at Home Block Nurse Program), 8-10 a.m., Como Lakeside Pavilion, 1360 Lexington Parkway. $15 for youth age 16 or younger; $25 if you’re older than that. If you’re running, join the neighborhood team challenge. If you’re not running, volunteer! Register for the run
  • Sunday July 22: ComoFest Art Fair, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., on the Promenade at Como Lakeside Pavilion,1360 Lexington Parkway. Music by the Home Fires from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.. Map
  • Friday July 27: Northwest Como Movie Night and Campout, 6:45 p.m. until Saturday morning. Pre-movie activities include a boys v. girls U12 softball game (6 p.m.) and a taekwondo demonstration (8:15 p.m.). There also will be bounce house, DJ, lawn games, crafts and other kids’ activities, face-painting, bonfire and concessions. An outdoor showing of “Beauty and the Beast” (2017 version) begins about 9 p.m. If it rains, the movie will move inside. Register for the campout. 1550 Hamline.  Map
  • Saturday July 28: Community Appreciation Picnic, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., including hot dogs, treats and games. Como Park’s “shortest marathon” begins at 1:15 p.m. TopLine Federal Credit Union, 976 Lexington Parkway Map
  • Saturday July 28: Gabe’s Mini Mingle, 1-5 p.m. Miniature golf, mini-donuts, a mini-beer-tasting festival, and music. On the west parking lot at Gabe’s by the Park, 991 Lexington Parkway. Map

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.


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

Come Watch Dinesh D’souza’s new film: “Death of a Nation.”

MN Congressional District 4 is hosting a pre-screening of Dinesh D’souza’s new film: “Death of a Nation.”

“Who is killing America? Is it really Donald Trump and a GOP filled with white supremacists? In a major new work by #1 New York Times bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza, you will find a compelling case that Democrats are the ones killing America by turning it into a massive nanny state modeled on the Southern plantation system.”

Get Your Event Brite Tickets Here. CD4 Website Under Events.

Death of a Nation presents the shocking story of the Democratic Party’s dark past, reinterprets the roles of figures like Van Buren, FDR and LBJ, and exposes the hidden truth that racism comes not from Trump or the conservative Right, but rather from Democrats and progressives on the Left.

Monday, July 30, 2018 7:00 pm – 9 pm,

Theater: New Vision Mounds View 15

2430 Highway 10

Mounds View, MN 55112

Questions: Call Dave Sina at 651-484-4303

Please arrive 15 minutes before showing.

Tickets Available at CD 4 Website

Get your tickets today! It will be lots of fun!

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