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MN House: Josh Haseman in 23B, Elise Diesslin in 21B, Sarah Udvig in 31A

by Dan Burns on September 15, 2016

Minnesota-State-CapitolThis post is about three races in tough, red districts that would be oh so very, very sweet to win.
Josh Haseman is running in 23B.

This race, this effort is not about me. It’s about the hard-working families, senior citizens, farmers and small business owners in District 23B who represent the backbone of rural Minnesota. It’s important to have someone fighting for them.

The incumbent is Rep. Tony Cornish (R-Vernon Center). I doubt that on this blog, or in any place where I’m posting the link to this, more needs to be said. But I’m adding items anyway about where he’s at on guns and race relations.
Elise Diesslin is our candidate in 21B.

Minnesota has always succeeded at being a progressive state, and we need to continue down that path. We cannot deny basic rights to LGBTQ communities, women, or people of color. The constitution has protections for every individual, and it should remain that way. Generations of people have fought to have their rights recognized, and we as a state should continue to do so.

Here’s a look at the early history of Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-Mazeppa) in the legislature. Here’s something more recent.

Sarah Udvig is running in 31A.

I believe in putting hard working families first. Citizens in our district certainly pay their fair share of taxes to the state, but we get very little in return in terms of fairness in local property tax relief, broadband infrastructure and adequate support for our schools. It is time for a change in our Representation. Our community needs someone who will work for our families and small businesses.

House Speaker Kurt Daudt (R-Crown) is incompetent and has serious ethics issues.

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