Over 150 years ago, volunteers from Minnesota were looked upon as “can-do” leaders in resolving a political and cultural revolt resulting in a major victory for both black and white Americans. Today, Minnesota has another opportunity to show the country that same can-do leadership spirit can be a beacon of hope in a time of chaos, despair, and frustration.
Met with energetic response to his groundbreaking candidacyPlymouth, Minnesota – Kendall Qualls, Republican candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s Third Congressional District, was overwhelmingly endorsed by Third District Republicans at the party’s online convention held last night. Qualls will face first term Democratic incumbent Dean Phillips in the November general election.“I am honored to have earned […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEFor more information, contact: Gregg Peppin – 612.209.9351Put politics aside to focus on the greater goodPlymouth, Minnesota – As we navigate the public health crisis of the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and eventually open the doors of business, it is critical that elected officials rise above politics, provide selfless leadership and focus on problem solving […]
The nation’s budget deficit continues to climb at alarmingly high rates, with no clear end in sight. According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, the 2019 deficit will exceed $1 trillion, with the number expected to widen each year for the next decade.
The National Republican Congressional Committee has named Kendall Qualls, candidate for Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, to their “on the radar” list for the Young Guns program. The Young Guns program recognizes campaigns that show organization and fundraising strength, through selective criteria established by the NRCC.
Kendall Qualls, Republican candidate for Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, has announced his campaign’s senior leadership team.
“As our campaign continues to build momentum, I’m proud to announce our leadership team filled with proven veterans of winning tough races,” said Qualls.
Kendall Qualls, a U.S. Army Veteran, healthcare executive, and community volunteer, today announced his candidacy for Congress in Minnesota’s Third Congressional District. Qualls is seeking Republican endorsement to challenge first term DFL incumbent Dean Phillips.