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Tarryl Clark hoping her political chops pay off

MinnPost photo by Devin Henry
Tarryl Clark, right, talking to Behind the Seams quilt shop co-owner Harriet Moen in Silver Bay on Wednesday.

“I’ve raised more money in the district and the state and around the country,” she said. “You have to be willing to have a whole campaign and you have to be willing to speak to the whole district.”

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Comments (7)

  1. Submitted by Pat Berg on 08/09/2012 - 09:50 am.

    His poor eyes!

    Clinton is staring (sic) in her ads?

    I hope they got him some eye drops (or allowed him to blink!)

    (Sorry – certain typos just strike me as funny!)

  2. Submitted by Dennis Tester on 08/09/2012 - 11:46 am.

    I wonder

    what the quilting shop owners thought of Clark’s idea of raising taxes on people like them.

    • Submitted by Arito Moerair on 08/09/2012 - 02:16 pm.

      How many quilting shop owners do you suppose are in the 1%?

      • Submitted by frank watson on 08/10/2012 - 01:58 pm.

        Property Taxes

        One reason they’re not is because of property taxes placed on small business. If you think your home property taxes are high you should talk to a small business owner.

    • Submitted by Brian Duren on 08/09/2012 - 08:22 pm.

      taxes

      I don’t think these quilting shop owners need to worry about having their taxes raised.

  3. Submitted by Ron Brochu on 08/09/2012 - 02:32 pm.

    Info starvation

    Now we know about her campaign, but what is her political agenda? Isn’t that what voters need to know?

  4. Submitted by Eric Larson on 08/09/2012 - 07:47 pm.

    Her next campaign

    Hey 218- It’s the big cigar here. We’re calling from 612/651/952/763. We’ve invested a lot of MPR time and STRIB space in to T. Clark the past 8 years. Pay no attention to what those people in 320 did two years ago. They didn’t know how to listen to their betters. You people north of Hinkley know better. Vote for Clark. We figured she’s the best fit for us, woops, I mean you. BTW- if she fails, we gotta start the drumbeat about how Klein in the 2nd district is weak.

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