Plymouth, Minnesota – The Kendall for Congress Committee today announced the release of its third television ad of the 2020 campaign. The ad, titled “Service,” is backed by a six-figure TV buy. The thirty second TV ad introduces Kendall’s early life in poverty, service to country before self, and the power of the American dream. It […]
Before Minnesota businesses and families began a months-long battle with the economic and social fallout of the coronavirus, Dean Phillips was among the members of Congress that were “strategically buying stocks in companies that might see a boost during the crisis, as well as selling stocks that seemed likely to tank,” as described by the […]
In case you missed it, please find Kendall’s Star Tribune op-ed here. It is published in its entirety below.Editorial counterpoint: Personal agency does have powerDean Phillips wants you to believe otherwise.
Plymouth, Minnesota – Congressional candidate Kendall Qualls released the following statement regarding the campaign finance hypocrisy of incumbent Democrat Dean Phillips.“The illuminating report from the Minnesota GOP exposes the latest hypocrisy from my opponent Dean Phillips,” said Qualls. “It turns out that Dean’s platitudes on campaign finance reform are nothing more than empty rhetoric to […]
To the editor:I am supporting Kendall Qualls in District 3 for the U.S. House of Representatives.Kendall is an African-American, descendant of slaves, raised by a single parent in poverty, in Harlem, who worked hard to pay his way through college to obtain an education with a graduate degree and an M.B.A.Kendall believes that we need […]
Dear Dean: It’s your message to America that is unfair and irresponsible. Dean, it’s not unfair or irresponsible to expect law enforcement to maintain safety and order in our cities. It’s their job. Like the hard-working men and women across Minnesota, law enforcement officials do their job and, barring very few exceptions, do it well. This may be news to you, but it’s never unfair or irresponsible to expect anyone to do their job.
Here we go again. On June 23, Congressman Dean Phillips emailed his supporters and stated that “Racism is deeply ingrained…in our institutions, and in our everyday lives.” He also created a “resource guide” on his website for “racial justice allyship” to “understand our nation’s” black experience and combat “systemic racism” in America.
I am sharing a letter that Sheila wrote to our sons in light of the tragic death of George Floyd. I originally intended to only share it on my personal Facebook page with close family and friends. After receiving a groundswell of support and positive feedback, Sheila and I decided to share it with a wider […]
As we approach Mother’s Day, I want to share one of Sheila’s most popular blog posts. Like many people dealing with elderly parents, Sheila has spent the last several weeks helping her mother and father as they deal with poor health and limited mobility. At this stage of their life, they need 24/7 attention. Sheila […]