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Spring member drive ends tonight

We’re just 39 donors away from our spring member drive goal of 200.

We’re starting the final day of our spring member drive with 161 new and increased memberships on the MinnPost books.

We need just 39 more to reach our goal of 200 and earn a $5,000 member challenge grant. 

There are lots of reasons to donate today — especially if you’re ready to buy your MinnRoast tickets. Learn why here.

But the most important reasons may be the ones we’ve been reprinting all week, with the permission of members responding to our spring drive. Today’s sampling is below.

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Whatever your reason, join today and help MinnPost earn an extra $5,000.

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We enjoy well written and thoughtful reporting. It seems in short supply these days. — Katy Perry and Andy Horstman, Minneapolis

The news I use! — Dan and Nancy Peterson, Edina

Your very good analytical work and Andy Sturdevant’s writing. — Deborah McKnight and Jim Alt, Edina

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Love it. I like to concise and clear approach that MinnPost takes to deliver news and opinions. — Whitney Stewart Harris, Woodbury

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