SD61 2022 Convention March 19th 10am


Pursuant to the provisions of the Constitution of the Republican Party of Minnesota the caucus delegates residing in SD61 District are called to meet at:

Burroughs Community School 1601 W 50th St Minneapolis, MN 55419

Saturday March 19th, 10:00am

Registration opens at 9:30am, and closes 30 minutes after the convention is called to order.
Registration Fee: $20 or $50 PCR Contribution to SD61
PCR: Political Contribution Refund – fully refundable by the State of Minnesota, ask for details.

The SD61 District Organizing Convention shall be composed of the delegates and alternates elected at the 2022 precinct caucuses designated as lying within the boundaries of the SD61 District. Proposed Convention Rules here.

The Convention shall be held for the purpose of:

  1. Adopting a constitution for the SD61 District.
  2. Consideration and adoption of Resolutions
  3. Electing officers: Chair, Deputy Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, House Districts Vice Chairs
  4. Electing delegates and alternates to the 5th congressional district and state conventions
  5. Endorsement of State Legislature Candidates
  6. Other business as may properly come before this convention

Anyone seeking to run for an officer position (and/or vice chair) must appear before the Nominating Committee. Anyone wishing to run for congressional district or state convention delegate/alternate must schedule a call or meet with the nominations committee. Anyone seeking endorsement for the State Senate or House District 61A or 61B must also schedule a call or meeting with the Nominations Committee. For further information regarding the nominations committee or to schedule an appearance before the committee, please email:


Issued at the City of Minneapolis, County of Hennepin, Minnesota, this eighth day of March, 2022.

David Hann, Chair
Republican Party of Minnesota

2021 Minneapolis City Elections

The Republican Party of Minneapolis has not endorsed any Minneapolis candidates.

We unofficially recommend that you visit Operations Safety Now’s website. They are “nonpartisan – united as Democrats, Republicans and Independents” that oppose defunding the police. They have endorsed candidates for Minneapolis City Council. They are an independent organization that is not affiliated with the Republican party.

Another Tax Increase for Minneapolis

By Cam Winton

Right now, Minneapolis City Hall is deciding how much of your paycheck to take in taxes in 2015.

The mayor proposed a tax levy increase of 2.4%. The proposal contained both good and bad elements, but setting priorities would have eliminated the need for the levy increase.

On Monday, Dec. 1, the Minneapolis City Council weighed in. In a 7-6 vote, the Council voted for a tax increase of “only” 2.2%, rather than the mayor’s full requested increase of 2.4%.

The following councilmembers voted for a lower tax increase than the Mayor proposed: Barb Johnson, Lisa Goodman, Blong Yang, Kevin Reich, Jacob Frey, Abdi Warsame, and Linea Palmisano. Although I still think there’s fat to cut, I thank them for their votes for a smaller increase.

These councilmembers voted for the Mayor’s full tax increase: Cam Gordon, Elizabeth Glidden, Alondra Cano, Lisa Bender, John Quincy, Andrew Johnson. Their votes are baffling when you consider how many of their constituents are working hard just to get by.

The City Council will take its final budget vote on Wednesday, Dec. 10. So, I encourage you to contact your City Councilperson this week to make your voice heard.
Email addresses and phone numbers are available here:

Let’s politely remind our elected officials that making it more expensive to live in our city – by taking our money to pay for a $54 million-per-mile streetcar line, dryer lint recycling, and duplicative bureaucracy – is NOT the way to improve the quality of life for Minneapolitans!

Free movie at MCRC! Monday, January 16th, 2012

Are you concerned with the poor performance of our city schools and the ever increasing cost to taxpayers with no positive results to show for all the money spent?

Well, we are too! So, instead of our regular monthly meeting on Monday, January 16th, we will be showing the movie “Waiting for Superman” about the sad state of government schools. This movie is well done and highly regarded and we encourage everyone to come and see it. Bring a friend or neighbor who is also concerned over failing Minneapolis schools and wants to see the system reformed. John Cairn, a local attorney and school reform activist, will be there for a discussion after the movie and will bring us up to speed on what can or should happen in our city schools.

The details:
What: Waiting for Superman movie
Free popcorn!! Everyone welcome!
Discussion following the film
When: Monday, January 16, 2012, 7:00pm prompt
Where: MCRC Headquarters
707 3rd Street N Suite 202
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Also, Minnesotans for a Limited Government is showing a move about School Choice at O’Gara’s (164 Snelling Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104) on Jan 26th, more details here.