Cam Winton, Republican Candidate for Minneapolis Mayor

SD61 resident and energy corporation attorney Cam Winton has begun raising funds for a run to become the next mayor of Minneapolis.

Cam Winton, 34, was an executive with Minnesota-based Outland Energy Services until Duke Energy Corporation purchased the company this past November. He and his wife, Emily live in SD61 for about five years and have two young children.
Cam will be speaking at the Convention on February 6th.
His campaign website is wintonformayor.org.
The Southwest Journal interviewed Cam, you can read the article here.

The Last Exit Ramp

Hang on, the last best hope of man on earth just missed the last exit ramp. Over the brutal and bloody 20th century, we have seen the full spectrum of collectivism around the world. America remained the shining city on the hill, proclaiming Liberty to the world, but now our country is about to experience the full force of collectivism’s horrific and flawed philosophy. So learn to obey the rulers, keep your head down, your heart free and your eyes open.

Minneapolis Needs Election Judges!

The city of Minneapolis is looking to add 50 more election judges for the November 6th election. While we’ve made some progress in balancing the party affiliation of election judges in the city, which is required in MN Statute 204B 19 Subd. 5, there is still a long way to go. Please consider this very important part of holding open and honest elections. You’ll be paid and can work a 1/2 day if that fits your schedule. Information and links are listed below.

General information from the city website:
Minneapolis Election Judges must:

  • Be a United States citizen
  • Be an eligible voter in the State of Minnesota
  • Be able to read, write and speak English
  • Not be a candidate at that election
  • Not be the spouse, parent, child, stepchild, sibling or step-sibling of any election judge serving in the same precinct or of any candidate at that election
  • Not be a challenger

Judges are required to fill out an application demonstrating volunteer or professional experience. We regret that we cannot acknowledge receipt of each individual application. Successful applicants will be notified when they have been selected by the appointing authority, and scheduled for training.

To apply to be an election judge:
Complete the application online or print the application page and submit it via fax (612) 673-2756 or U.S. mail.

Send your name and address to address below and they will mail you an application:
Elections & Voter Registration
City Hall
350 S 5th St Rm 1B
Minneapolis, MN 55415

Call Carol Strong at (612) 673-3870 or email for further information.

I Built This


This is the defining moment in the campaign. This is Obama being honest; he is a true collectivist who believes there is nothing exceptional about the individual. If there is a collective reason for your success, it’s that this country’s system of laws defend and protect the rights of the individual. It’s not the roads or the teachers, it’s freedom and liberty to pursue your dreams AND the rewards of your work.
One more thing, if we are all the same and the product of circumstance, then this website would look like every other BPOU website; well, it doesn’t because of me, Mitch Rossow. I built it all by myself because I wanted to.

Soiree

Join us for an evening atop the Eitel building overlooking Loring Park and the Minneapolis skyline for a fundraiser and the opportunity to meet our candidates for Minnesota House:
Jesse Pfliger – Senate SD61
Devin GawneMark – HD61A 
Nate “Honey Badger” Atkins – HD61B
Drinks and h’orderves will be served.
Saturday, July 14th, 8:30pm
Eitel Building Directions
1367 Willow Street, Minneapolis, MN 55403
Facebook event page

SD61 Summer Picnic

Kenwood Park
SW corner of Kenwood Park
2101 Franklin Ave. W, Minneapolis, MN 55405 Map
We will be offering hot dogs, water & assorted pop for a buck each. It’s also a potluck so feel free to bring a picnic sidedish.  We’ll provide ice, paper plates, napkins & plastic wear. Please bring your own blankets/chairs.  Look for the tents!
Come meet your neighbors and a few special guests including Chris Fields, endorsed candidate for US Congress. Contact: picnic@sd61gop.org

CD5 Candidate Debate

Ellison Challengers Debate, Nov. 29th at the Uptown VFW

Sponsored by Senate District 60 Republicans

Senate District 60 Republicans of South Minneapolis will partnered with the CD 5 Republicans to host a debate between three potential challengers to Congressman Keith Ellison in the upcoming 2012 U.S. House election. Participants included Michael Katch, Lynne Torgerson, and Chris Fields. The event was moderated by Bob Davis on November 29th at the James Ballentine VFW, 2916 Lyndale Ave. South.

Bob Davis is the co host of the popular morning show ‘Davis and Emmer’ 6-9 am weekdays, on Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130, and the host of the Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130 ‘Roundtable’ featuring all twincitiesnewstalk.com commentators on Saturday mornings.

Mark Johnson, SD 60 GOP Chair: “We are delighted to invite these candidates together to have a friendly discussion before the residents of CD 5. These days people wonder whether our elected officials are working for Washington or working for us. We believe the Republicans of this district can offer a better alternative to what we’ve been getting, and this debate will help us decide what that alternative will be.”

The debate was open to the public. About 75 people attended.

Watch the video of the entire debate

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Please RSVP on Freedom Connector. Follow the debate on Twitter!

From Left: SD60 Chairman Mark Johnson, Candidate Michael Katch, Moderator Bob Davis, Candidate Chris Fields, SD60 Vice Chair Juliette Jordal and SD60 Secretary Mitch Rossow.

Poster for the debate (Click here to download full size printable version):

CD5 Debate Poster

Minneapolis City Taxes

Downloadable flyers with facts you might not know about
Minneapolis!

While Minneapolis is one of the most beautiful cities in the Midwest, everyone knows that basic city services are faltering (potholes, anyone?) while taxes and fees continue to rise. MCRC has put together some easily readable fact sheets that explain how the city taxes us and where the money goes. Learn More…