We look forward to seeing you at these events. Please do bring your friends and neighbors.
Steve Drazkowski represents the area around Mazeppa in the Minnesota legislature and is a member of the New House Republican Caucus. He is the chair of the Property Tax and Local Government Finance Committee. And he has been pushing the US House Committee on Ethics and the Internal Revenue Service to investigate Ilhan Omar. Rep. Drazkowski will be our featured speaker at the first SD49 dinner program of the 2020 season, on January 28.
Please SCROLL DOWN to RSVP to take advantage of early-bird discount tickets.
Drazkowski originally wrote his Congressional representative Angie Craig to initiate the Congressional Ethics investigation. Craig’s response back in June? “[His] letter is a political stunt. The people I talk to want me to focus on reducing the price of healthcare and prescription drugs.” It would appear her position depends on which side of the aisle is raising accusations of ethical violations.
Steve Drazkowski will also talk about how the MN legislature is dealing with the millions of dollars of misspent funding by the Department of Human Services. He will also give us a forecast of what will happen in the 2020 legislative session.
We will meet on Tuesday evening, January 28, in the Fellowship Hall of the Calvary Lutheran Church, 6817 Antrim Rd, Edina, MN 55439. Please SCROLL DOWN to RSVP to take advantage of early-bird discount tickets. We start at 6:00 pm with an opportunity to greet one another. At 6:30 pm, we will make available to those that sign up in advance a light meal of sandwiches, chips, dessert, and a beverage. The presentation will start at 7:00 pm.
The monthly social networking and happy hour event for Republicans called Pints & Politics is on tap for mid-February
The Southwest Metropolitan Pints & Politics will again be held on the second Monday, February 10, at Poor Richard’s Commonhouse, 8301 Normandale Blvd, Bloomington.
Come as early as 5 pm. Or drop in up to 7:30 pm, as many of us will still be there. Have a beer and talk one-on-one with state party officers, local party leaders, and a number of genuinely good people. All Republican candidates in the area are urged to come and bring campaign signs and literature.
We promise you, no speeches. Rather, this is the place to greet old friends and meet new ones. You will have a great opportunity to talk about plans, issues, and opportunities to get involved.
Scroll down to register in advance. You can now register early for $7 on-line to help defray the cost of a selection of appetizers. Or pay $10 at the door (cash or check). Credit cards cannot be accepted at the door.
Senate Districts 46, 48, 49, and 50 will co-host this event, bringing together Republicans from Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Medicine Lake, Plymouth, Richfield, and Saint Louis Park.
Bring a friend!
Our MN GOP is shifting the Lincoln Reagan Dinners to become an annual spring event. If you missed last fall's gala, you will have another opportunity on Friday evening, March 27. Seat prices will start at $225. If you want to join Senate District 49 at a table, please SCROLL DOWN.
Congressman Dan Crenshaw will be the Keynote Speaker. Crenshaw has served our country as a Lieutenant Commander (retired) and Navy Seal. Since his election to represent Texas' Second Congressional District, Crenshaw has quickly become an important national figure, standing behind our President and serving on the Budget and Homeland Security committees.
The Lincoln Reagan Dinner will once again feature a special silent auction, offering an amazing variety of unique items and special events for sale. We hope you will join us for this very special dinner to support our Republican opportunities in Minnesota this election cycle and celebrate an American Hero.