How About the Truth?

To my friends and supporters,

Let’s have the truth.

Minnesotans are polite, honest and hardworking. Even when we disagree, we work hard to work together. We are like a big family. We expect to contribute, and we appreciate the efforts of others.

As children, we learned to be cautious about Big Promises. If something sounds too good to be true, it usually is. If someone offers you something for nothing, be careful. There is always a catch, even in Minnesota. There is no easy path, no shortcut, or free lunch. Don’t let anyone con you.

Today I am formally announcing a run for Minnesota House in district 52B. Let me tell you what I’m promising.

The truth.

No Big Promises. No simple solutions. No free lunch. Only the truth.

Watch this space. One issue at a time, I’ll tell you where I stand. I’m a man of principle. I’ll tell you what you need to know, not what I think you want to hear. This is about making decisions, and about who will make those decisions. Whenever possible, that person should be you.

So, let’s have a serious conversation about Minnesota’s future.

I work for you. I will do my best to earn your vote.

Contact me. Tell me what you think. Talk to your neighbors. Share these issues. Let’s have that serious conversation, because your decisions in November will set our direction for years to come.

So let the conversation begin. Let’s set our course by choice, and not by chance.

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