Harry Niska is running for attorney general.
After roughly 32 years of Mike Hatch followed by Lori Swanson, it’s time for a serious change; it’s time for the MN AGO to actually enforce laws, rather than enforce DFL social policy against companies.
Harry’s a solid conservative; our last encounter with him was at the 2016 MNGOP Convention, where he read the minority report that pretty well shut down the Michelle MacDonald for SCOM campaign.
The alternative? Deb Hillstrom – a Golden Valley “administration uber alles” left-DFLer – and John Lesch, who is Saint Paul’s version of a Chicago ward heeler.
We really do have to do better.
Mayor Betsy Hodges is having a meeting tonight:
MAYOR BETSY HODGES
FOR A SPECIAL
“ONE MINNEAPOLIS IN THE TIME OF TRUMP”
MONDAY, APRIL 17, 2017
SHIR TIKVAH CONGREGATION
1360 West Minnehaha Parkway
EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Parking Available at Burroughs School
(Enter on 50th Street)
And on Adjacent Streets
When politicians start referring to polities as “one” of anything, you know you’ve got a problem on your hands; in this case, a one-party city that feels perfectly find using city government as an extension of Democrat party politics.