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TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE MINNESOTA

Safer. Better. Stronger.

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Accountable, Responsive, Transparent Government

State government needs to be responsive and responsible to Minnesotans. We can achieve these goals by paying state employees based on performance, streamlining state agencies, and cracking down on waste, fraud, and abuse.

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Education that Puts Parents in Charge and Meets the Needs of our Children

Funding follows each child providing families with more choice and flexibility.  Minnesota has a nation leading opportunity gap. It is immoral to leave some of our children behind. When we commit to change, Minnesota can be a world leader in educating our children. 

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It is Your Money. You Should Keep It.

Years of state government budget surpluses make it clear that Minnesotans are overtaxed. Your budget should come before state surpluses. Minnesota is one of the top 5 highest tax states in the U.S. Protecting your family budget and attracting employers means getting Minnesota out of the top 10 in taxes. 

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Prioritize Public Safety

Every single Minnesotan deserves to feel safe in their community. Defunding the police would make us less safe. Properly funded public safety officials, prosecutors holding criminals accountable, and judges who follow sentencing guidelines must work together to protect our families. 

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Keeping Minnesota Moving 

Minnesota needs an all-of-the-above energy policy so families and businesses have reliable, resilient, and reasonably-priced energy options that are respectful of the environment.Common-sense energy policy means no new gas taxes, pipelines to safely and efficiently transport fuel, as well as market-driven renewable energy.

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Easy to Vote. Hard to Cheat.

Ensuring the integrity of our elections through common-sense approaches should not be controversial. Minnesota needs to outlaw abusive practices like ballot harvesting and catch up to the rest of the country when it comes to voter verification.

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2nd Amendment

Every Minnesotan has a fundamental right to protect themselves. We must never waver on defending our Second Amendment rights. Gun control laws punish law-abiding gun owners while doing nothing to keep people safe. 

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Protecting Human Life

We need to foster a culture of life in our state. All Minnesotans from conception to natural death deserve to be treated with dignity. Let’s work together to put an end to the destruction of human life. 

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Family Budgets First

Supporting hard-working Minnesota families should always be a top priority. If you can balance your family budget, then the state should balance its budget. Government should focus on its core functions like improving roads and building critical infrastructure, making it easier to own a home,  and creating a business culture that encourages private-sector jobs.  

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Your Data. Your Privacy. Your Rights. 

Government data should be public and transparent. Your personal data is private and protected. Private medical information and health status are your most private data and must be protected. Let’s stand up together against big government and big tech who both want our private data.  

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10,000 Lakes and More

We are blessed in Minnesota to be home to some of the greatest natural resources in the world. We can protect our environment without destroying our energy supply and over-regulating our economy. Projects that pass Minnesota’s environmental review process should move forward and not get bogged down by politics. 

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Patient Centered Healthcare

A truly competitive health care market is beneficial to all Minnesotans. Competition and innovation are key to making health care more accessible and affordable. Government-run one-size-fits-all health care puts bureaucrats, not patients, at the center of health care. You should be in control of your health care and your children’s health care. Any medical procedure requires your voluntary, informed consent.