Late Monday night, hours after the DFL and Republican parties disagreed over whether Tom Horner is too conservative or too liberal, the Independence Party candidate’s campaign responded with a burst of confidence.
In a statement, Horner’s press secretary Matt Lewis said:
“While Tom Horner spent Monday afternoon visiting elementary schools in Plymouth and Brooklyn Park to learn more about innovative teacher and early learning programs, the DFL and GOP spent the afternoon arguing yet again, this time over Horner. Republicans called Horner this, Democrats called him that. But their actions call him the candidate with momentum — the candidate both Republicans and Democrats know is now winning Minnesotans over.”