August Newsletter

Senate District 52 Republicans Newsletter

Primary Election This Month
The Primary Election is on Tuesday, August 14th.  There are multiple candidates competing to be the Republican nominee for governor, US senator (both seats) and attorney general.  A good primary turnout will show our determination to make Minnesota Republican.  General information including candidate endorsements can be found at the GOP Web Site.
Republican Booth at the Dakota County Fair
The Dakota County Fair runs from August 6th to 12th at Farmington.  There will be a Republican booth where you can meet candidates and obtain election information.  52B Representative Regina Barr will be at the booth on Wednesday August 8th from 10:00 AM to 1:00  PM and would love to talk to you.
Support our candidates for the Legislature
Beth Arnston (52A) and Regina Barr (52B) need our support.  If you want to discuss issues, volunteer, get a yard sign or contribute you can contact them at these links:
52A – Beth Arnston –
52B – Regina Barr –
HD 52A Summer Gathering
House District 52A Republicans organization is holding a summer picnic on August 17 in West St. Paul. See the posting on the main page of this website.
Night to Unite Aug. 7
Inver Grove Heights its annual “Night to Unite” on Tuesday, August 7th.  Representative Regina Barr will be visiting neighborhood gatherings with local law enforcement.  You can obtain more information for your city at the following websites:
West St. Paul: WSP Night to Unite Info
Recommended Links for SD52 Republicans
Please forward our newsletter to your friends and family and encourage them to become informed and active.
Here is a story that is a familiar to those of us who came from traditionally Democrat families.  It discusses how the Democrats have changed – as Reagan said “I didn’t leave them, they left me.”
Populism is frequently a subject in news stories. Conservative scholar Victor Davis Hanson provides a history of populism and shows how it is at work in our current politics.
“Affordable Housing” is a much discussed topic.  And the Metropolitan Council is another.  This blog puts the two together and explains why it is more difficult for first time home buyers to buy.
And here are our standard recommendations for information on local issues:

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