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Meet the 2020 Republican Candidates

U.S. Senate Endorsed Candidate

Jason Lewis for Senate
https://lewisformn.com/

Website: lewisformn.com

Twitter: @LewisForMN

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LewisForMN/

Campaign Email: info@lewisformn.com

U.S. Mail: Jason Lewis for Senate
P.O. Box 4515
St. Paul, MN 55104

Candidates Running for Minnesota’s Legislative Offices in

Saint Paul’s Senate and House Districts

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Information from Minnesota Secretary of State Website: Candidates.SOS.State.MN.US
Please consider donating to and/or volunteering for any or all candidates listed below.
 
Alexander Buster Deputie for Senate District 67
To donate, go to https://secure.anedot.com/ alexander-buster-deputie/donate
 
John Stromenger for House District 67A
Email: Stromenger4House67A@gmail.com
 
Fred Turk for House District 67B
(call Fred or use messenger to contact him about contributing to his campaign)
Phone: 651-231-1293
Email: ffredturk@gmail.com
 
Greg Copeland for Senate 66
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009181217839 (use messenger to contact him about contributing to his campaign)
Email: gregcopeland1@comcast.net
Phone: (651) 776-7894
 
Brett Rose for House District 66A
 
Mikki Murray for House District 66B
Website coming soon
Email: mikkimurrayforminnesota@gmail.com
Twitter: @MikkiMurray
(use FB messenger to contact her about contributing to his campaign)
 
Paul Holmgren for Senate District 65
Donate via PayPal to pholmgren@dnet.net
 
Sharon Anderson for Senate District 64
 
As we get other candidate information we’ll update this post.

Your Vote Counts


Information from Minnesota Secretary of State Website: SOS.State.MN.US/Elections

Register to Vote: Online Voter Registration

Where do I Vote? Polling Place Finder

How do I get an Absentee Ballet? Online Request For An Absentee Ballet

  • In Minnesota, you can vote early with an absentee ballot starting 46 days before Election Day. 

Can I Vote Early? 

2020 Election Dates

  • AUG
    11  PRIMARY ELECTION
  • NOV
    3

    ELECTION DAY!

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Candidates

Campaign Finance Reports: Pre-Primary

July 20th, 2020 Pre-Primary Financial Totals

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Pre-Primary Financial Statements have been released.  Below you will find the Republican Candidates who filed financial statements to the Campaign Finance Board.  These are the campaigns gearing up to have yard signs, literature, and other materials in hopes to be elected on November 3rd.  For those of you who have donated to their campaigns, THANK YOU!  If you are able, please continue to help them through donations or volunteering your time when calls for help come out from their campaigns. Our candidates don’t have the money like the DFL candidates do.  They can’t afford to pay people to door knock or lit drop.  Our Saint Paul candidates truly operate a grassroots campaign.  This means a lot of sweat equity by us to help them win.


Sia Lo for Congressional District 4

Federal Elections Commission: https://www.fec.gov/data/candidate/Sia Lo

Website: https://sialoformn.com/


Paul Holmgren for Senate 65

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/Paul Holmgren

Website: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/paulholmgreMNsenate

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.holmgren.92


Brett Rose for House 66A

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/Brett Rose

Website: https://roseforhouse.com/


Mikki Murray for House 66B

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/Mikki Murray

Website: http://mikkimurray.com (will be published soon)

Twitter: @MikkiMurray

Email: MikkiMurray4MNHouse@gmail.com


Alexander Buster Deputie for Senate 67

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/Alexander Deputie

Website: https://alexanderbusterdeputie.com/


Fred Turk for House 67B

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/Fred Turk

Facebook (@Turkforhouse): https://www.facebook.com/Turkforhouse/?ref=py_c

To make a donation, call 651.231.1293


Saint Paul Republican City Committee

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/St Paul RPM-20722

Website: https://saintpaulrepublicans-mngop.com/


Republican Party of Minnesota

Campaign Finance Board: https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/MNGOP

Website: https://mngop.com/


 

To see details on their opponents or other Republican Candidates:
https://cfb.mn.gov/reports-and-data/viewers/campaign-finance/candidates/

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Get Out The Vote

A Letter From our MNGOP Chairwoman

Dear Minnesota Republicans,

We are just a week away from the August 11th Minnesota Primary and the importance of your vote and voice matters.

The left has long been positioning to change our election laws and the way we vote – by hiding behind COVID to encourage a system of all voting by mail.  Today, the Star Tribune, the Democratic Party’s media arm, ran this story to highlight, reinforce and encourage voting by mail. Click on the underlined hyperlink to read the story.

An excerpt from the article here: 

Voters across the state have requested 10 times as many absentee ballots for the upcoming Aug. 11 primary election as in the primary election four years ago. As of Friday, about 545,830 absentee ballots had been requested, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. At that point in 2016, there were 25,930 ballot requests; in 2018, there had been about 54,265 requests by the end of July.

What the article does not mention is the enormous marketing investment made into promoting the vote by mail initiative.  From the Governor to the Secretary of State’s office: significant dollars have been spent on  direct mail to voters homes, promotion in local citywide publications and a public relations push statewide.

In general absentee ballot requests would increase this cycle with the onset of COVID-19, but the narrative presented doesn’t give the full picture.

If McDonald’s Corporation spent $0 on marketing versus the $1 billion a year they spend; do you think sales would decrease, increase or remain flat? This is the same concept.

The bottom line is this: the Democratic Party wants to transform our elections to all voting by mail, so they can steal the election on November 3rd.  Watch the video below for more information.

To see a very intriguing ‘test story’ on voting by mail. Click here to watch WRDW’s piece.

As always, thanks for what you do.  We must stand tough and strong and fight for our country!

Sincerely,

Jennifer Carnahan

MUST WATCH: The Difference Between Absentee Voting and All Voting By Mail

Vote Endorsed Republican Candidates on Aug 11! 

This primary season we have several Republican candidates that chose not to honor the endorsement process of our party.  The endorsement process is the voice and vote of our grassroots. This process is what allows the party to stand behind our candidates 100%.

Instead of handling lost endorsement races with grace; most of these candidates place blame on everyone but themselves. Their approach has been vitriolic and full of mud-slinging. Their goal: divide our party and force our organization to spend thousands of dollars defending our endorsed candidates.

It’s important we vote for our endorsed candidates on August 11th!  Please don’t forget to vote!

Jason Lewis
Kendall and Sia

Lacy and Pete

Michelle

Prepared and paid for by the Republican Party of Minnesota
Jennifer Carnahan, Chair
Not Authorized by any Candidate or Candidate’s Committee

Republican Party of Minnesota
7400 Metro Boulevard
Suite 424
Edina, MN 55439
(651) 222-0022
www.mngop.com