Stop by our booth in the red commercial building at the 2014 Dakota County Fair!
We'll have balloons for the kids and giveaways for the grown ups. Register to win one of two flags - one flown over the US Capitol, and one flown over the Minnesota Capitol.
Complete an opinion poll, sign up to volunteer, make a 100% refundable donation*, register to vote (remember, if you've moved recently, you need to re-register), special guests all week, AND MORE.
August 4-10, the Dakota County Fairgrounds
Monday 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Tuesday thru Saturday 7:00 a.m. thru 10:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m.
*Up to $50 per year per individual, $100 per couple
Republicans are said to be at a crossroads; but after traveling the state this past year I am more convinced than ever that the real crossroads are the choices facing our state and our country, and that the path forward for Republicans is to be found in one simple powerful fact:
For Immediate Release December 17, 2013
By: Nick Winkler, KSTP.com
MNsure, the state's health care exchange, is vulnerable to a specific kind of Wi-Fi attack. We discovered this vulnerability during a simulated attack we ran recently.
MNsure denies it has a problem and blames users.
5 EYEWITNESS NEWS wanted to see how MNsure compares with other state-run health care exchanges, so we partnered with Mark Lanterman at Computer Forensic Services to test at least a dozen other exchange sites.
There's no length to which the Democrats in Minnesota won't go to distort and spin the truth to maintain power. Whether it's the deplorable MNSure enrollee numbers, the farm equipment repair tax debacle, or any of the new initiatives that are soon to surface in Governor Dayton's "unsession," what you hear from the Democrats should be fact-checked.
THAT's why the MNGOP launched TruthMattersMN.org,We WILL hold Democrats at every level accountable. We will call out their lies, insults, and failed promises.
WASHINGTON – At least 140,000 Minnesotans who buy health insurance on their own are being notified that their plans will no longer be available under the new federal health care law, adding to the national furor over canceled policies that has overtaken the health care debate.
Minnesota taxpayers will pay $60,000 in legal fees for those who successfully fought an executive order by Gov. Mark Dayton calling for a unionization vote of home child care providers.
Franken's Political Career Tied to Unpopular Law
WASHINGTON, D.C. - "Al Franken is one of ObamaCare's biggest proponents, but the unpopular law is already hurting the middle class and increasing health care costs in Minnesota," said NRSC Press Secretary Brook Hougesen. "The result of Al Franken's relentless support of ObamaCare is that dysfunctional Washington now stands between doctors and patients, which raises costs and lowers the quality of care."