October 11, 2018

Midterms Matter: In Minnesota's 1st District, please support Jim Hagerdorn

Jim Hagerdorn believes the president could use a hand in cleaning up Washington. In Minnesota's first district he is in a toss-up race that really matters.


He's committed to common sense:


His opponent, meanwhile is quietly focused on the ridiculous and destructive idea of impeaching the president, as well as other unimportant but divisive issues:
Asked whether he would support articles of impeachment against President Trump if Democrats take control of Congress, Feehan said the investigations, both by Congress and the special counsel, need to be finished first before a decision could be made by him, if he is elected.

“I don’t know how I would vote. We have to see through to the conclusion of the investigations,” he said.

Feehan would not say whether he would support Nancy Pelosi for speaker if Democrats take control of the House. Some centrist Democratic candidates for Congress have vowed to oppose Pelosi for speaker, concerned Republicans will damage their candidacies by associating them with the most liberal wing of the party.

...Hagedorn has proposed eight debates for the 1st District race. Feehan has proposed three... 

...During a phone interview, Hagedorn, who is making his third attempt for Congress, described Feehan as someone who “doesn’t fit the district, because he’s not from the district.” 

...“His positions are far to the left of Tim Walz when Walz ran for Congress in this district,” Hagedorn said, referring to the current occupant of the congressional seat who is running for governor.

“Dan is an open border’s guy. He’s a gun-control person who says we should look to Australia to handle firearms issues. He wants socialized medicine. I think Dan’s positions aren’t going to fly in Southern Minnesota,” he added.

Asked about whether he supports NFL football players taking a knee during the national anthem, Feehan said he supports “all nonviolent protests.”
It's a pretty clear cut case of common sense versus a return to low growth, expensive government waste and burdensome regulation.  

There is not much in the way of polling for the district, but the race is listed as a toss-up. Jim Hagerdorn needs your support. Please support his efforts; volunteer, donate or at least check out his positions on his website.  And by all means - vote.

Thank you.
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