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Tomorrow is the last day of MinnPost’s Spring Member Drive

Tomorrow is the final day of our Spring Member Drive. We set out with a goal of 125 gifts and aimed to encourage new members to support MinnPost’s work to help us grow in 2016.

We have 40 gifts to go to meet our goal this week. If you count on MinnPost’s coverage, please consider making a gift today to help us reach this goal.

Throughout the drive, we’re thanking members with a print subscription to The Atlantic for donations of as little as $5 a month — half the normal amount.

Thank you to the 61 new members who have joined this week. Below are comments from some of them, as well as some current members who have made gifts above and beyond their current membership.

Join them with a contribution today, and when you do, please share with us why you support MinnPost.

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Here’s what a few of the readers who have already contributed during this drive had to say about why they support MinnPost:

MinnPost’s coverage of local issues and institutions is substantive, comprehensive and indispensable. This is what news is supposed to be. They provide an invaluable service to our community. – Rob Leduc, St. Paul

High journalistic quality from excellent journalists such as Eric Black. – Susan Showalter, St. Paul

I used to live in Minneapolis and I like to keep up with what is going on there. – Judy Rappaport, Oakland, CA

I particularly appreciate the in-depth reporting on education in MinnPost. We are not hearing enough about this important issue, especially among the candidates in local, state and national elections. – Ember Reichgott Junge, Minneapolis

I enjoy the diversity and depth of topics that MinnPost covers. – Chuck Bennett, Minneapolis

Great in-depth coverage of local, state and national issues. – Kay Knapp, Minneapolis

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