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Johnson seeks to join DFL discourse

District 19A election

February 11, 2013

ST. PETER — The three candidates vying in the Minnesota House district 19A special election are taking dramatically different approaches to messaging and spending in their campaigns....

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Feb-11-13 8:23 AM

His stance on any issue is as muddy as the Minnesota River cruising through town. If you aren't educated enough to have a stance on issues ALREADY in session, why should we vote for you?? Research the issues at hand and take a stance, don't rely on the party. It sure sounds like all you're doing with Johnson is voting in a DFL vote for the party, not a person with his constituents in mind.

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Feb-11-13 1:59 PM

Johnson states he will be a "voice" in St. Paul but when and if he gets to St.Paul, he will be told what his "voice" will be.

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Feb-11-13 2:54 PM

And you like Quist's voice of nuttiness better?

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Feb-11-13 6:05 PM

With Quist, you are assured a bitter, partisan out-of-touch crazy old man. I would take my chances with Johnson.

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Feb-11-13 9:45 PM

Forget the Dfl and repubs. let get some new blood in st paul. Vote for Tim!!!

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