We look forward to seeing you at these events. Please do bring your friends and neighbors.
Now that school and the state legislative session are over and campaign season is upon us, I need your help.
I’ve spent the last three months talking to Edinans at the Capitol and at community events. While that has been effective, now is the time to meet voters at their doors.
On Saturday, June 23rd my campaign will be holding our first district 49A lit drop. Our goal is to sign up enough volunteers to drop 10,000 pieces of literature at the doors of Edina voters.
WHAT: Anselmo for House lit drop
WHEN: Saturday, June 23rd – 10 a.m.
WHERE: Fox Meadow Park, 5251 Blake Road South, Edina.
Fox Meadow Park is just off Blake Road (north of Vernon Ave) on Fox Meadow Lane.
Come to the park at 10 a.m. We’ll give you instructions, a packet of literature with a map of a targeted precinct in Edina and send you on your way. While we have priority districts that we need contacted, we will also accommodate volunteers who would like to drop in their own neighborhood.
Our campaign’s message, “Leadership for All Edinans,” is the right one. Please help me get it to as many voters as possible.
To RSVP or if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, and I look forward to seeing you on the 23rd!
Make MN Red!
March in the Edina 4th of July Parade
Who: Men, Women, and Children who support the Republican party and want to have fun
When: 9:30 am. Wednesday, July 4th
Where: Meet us at Parade Position 73 on Willson Rd, next to highway 100 (between the Community Center and City Hall).
What: Walk, March, Saunter or Strut and carry signs, hand out candy, and have fun
Dress: Wear a red shirt. Or a campaign shirt of a Republican Endorsed Candidate, such as Dario Anselmo (MN House), Erik Paulsen (US House), Jennifer Zielinski (US House), Karin Housley (US Senate), Jim Newberger (US Senate), Jeff Johnson (Governor), Doug Wardlow (MN Attorney General), Pam Myhra (MN State Auditor), John Howe (MN Secretary of State).
The parade begins at 10:00 am and marches from city hall to the US Bank near 50th & France.
CLICK on the RSVP button at the bottom of this flyer to let us know if you can join us. Contact information for Joel Quinnell can also be found there. You will be sent more specifics about parking and more.
GENERAL PARADE RULES
• All participants are responsible for ensuring that the design and operation of their entry is safe and reliable.
• Vehicles must continue moving and not stop to wait for walkers in their unit; walkers must keep place with their vehicle.
• Participants may not get on or off of a moving float or moving vehicle at any time during the Parade.
• Participants may not throw any item from a moving vehicle or float. Walkers may distribute candy, coupons, flyers, stickers or other items. If items are thrown from your float or vehicle, it may/will adversely affect your placement in the following year’s parade. Liability for injuries by thrown items will be covered by the participant.
• Water guns or any projectiles are prohibited.
• Loudspeakers or voice amplifiers are not permitted
• Children in the parade must be adequately supervised.
A new Republican happy hour networking event is starting up in the south Metro on Monday evening, July 9. "Pints & Politics" will be hosted by the great people of Senate District 49 (Edina/west Bloomington) and Senate District 50 (Richfield/east Bloomington).
The first Pints & Politics will convene at the Sports Page Bar & Grill, 9014 Lyndale Ave South, Bloomington. We invite you to come by for a beer and catch up on all things political. We will have the front party room from 5 PM to 7:30 PM.
We welcome any Republican in the metropolitan area and any Minnesota Republicans that commute through Bloomington. The Sports Page is a short distance from 494 or 35W, so rather than suffering through rush hour, turn it into a happy hour and enjoy a draft.
Pints & Politics is a casual gathering of Republicans with no program and no speeches. While we don’t promise anything, Republican candidates for local and state-wide office may stop by. Our plan is to make Pints & Politics a monthly event worthy of highlighting on your calendar.
Join us to enjoy warm friendships and lively conversations. We will be asking for a $5 contribution to help us cover the appetizers. Please scroll below to RSVP. Alternatively, please leave a message for Randy Sutter at (612) 470-9200.