Many people in the Third District, in Minnesota, and across our nation, continue to be impacted from the economic fallout of COVID-19 and subsequent restrictions. People have lost their jobs, are on reduced salaries, and have closed their businesses. We must not let the challenges of today divide us a nation. Instead, we must unite, reach out to our neighbors, and make shared sacrifices to help each other in this time of turmoil and economic uncertainty.
Plymouth, Minnesota – For the pre-primary Federal Election Commission reporting period, Kendall Qualls, Republican-endorsed candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s Third Congressional District, raised more than double in campaign contributions than first term DFL incumbent Dean Phillips, while increasing his cash-on-hand lead.
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.
Plymouth, Minnesota – Kendall Qualls, Republican candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s Third Congressional District, today announced his second quarter fundraising total of $314,358.80, and cash on hand total of $446,125.00, which exceeds the cash on hand total of incumbent DFL congressman Dean Phillips by over $15,000.
One of the primary roles of the federal government is to create and implement a tax policy that is effective, smart, and benefits the citizens of our country. Unfortunately, we often see quite the opposite in the current tax code.
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.
America the Exceptional: My Response to Dean Phillips and his Vision of America as Systemically Racist
Kendall’s opponent, first-term Democratic Congressman Dean Phillips, has attempted to convey the Black-American experience and redefine America in the process. On June 22, Dean Phillips emailed his supporters and stated that “Racism is deeply ingrained…in our institutions, and in our everyday lives.” On June 23, he posted a message on Facebook to reiterate that message. He also created a “resource […]
As the Twin Cities and our leaders look to rebuild, consider needed reforms in policing, and pursue justice for George Floyd, the enduring question is how to address the consistent disparities between African-Americans and other ethnic groups. It is time we address an uncomfortable truth. The chief barrier to the advancement of the African-American community […]
George Floyd’s tragic death illuminated a jarring deficiency in police strategy, training, and monitoring. The tragedy served as the latest reminder in the need for policing reform. As a nation, we’ve seen too many instances of police misconduct leading to death. The series of tragedies affecting young black men has had a direct impact on me […]