from Wry Wing Politics by Joe Loveland
With an outrageous record like that, and the lowest approval rating in recorded history, could Minnesotans possibly send the same Republicans back to control the Legislature for a repeat performance? Are Minnesota voters really capable of simultaneously saying “you are the worst Legislature ever” and “we rehire you?”
from Minnesota Brown by Aaron Brown
About a month ago, Lakeland Public Television held a series of debates involving many north central legislative districts. I’ve posted the video of the SD5-area debates below.
from politics.mn by Michael Brodkorb
I have found the messaging from Minnesotans United for All Families to be very Minnesotan – thoughtful, respectful and encouraging. While Minnesota for Marriage is spending time deleting references to Adolf Hitler from their organization’s presentations, Minnesotan United for All Families is messaging on a principle we were all be told to follow.
from streets.mn by Bill Lindeke
…for me, these kinds of campaigns only illustrate the limits of educational billboard advertising approaches to changing our transportation system. Educational campaigns can be more about public relations than about changing behavior. And I’m not sure that our policy makers really understand that.
from Thoughtful Bastards by Paul Udstrand