What: Republicans Seniors of MN’s November meeting on Tuesday morning, November 7 when our featured speaker will be Jason Flohrs, state director of Americans for Prosperity, a conservative political advocacy group. The goal of AFP, funded largely by the Koch brothers, is to promote sound fiscal policy and limited government. Jason will discuss how Minnesota can do better in the areas of education, tax and regulatory reform and labor law. Get a preview at DoBetterMinnesota.com.
Two candidates for governor, State Representative Matt Dean and State Senator David Osmek, will also speak briefly.
When: Tuesday, November 7, 9:45 a.m. sign in
10:00 a.m. convene
Where: Minneapolis-Richfield American Legion Post 435
6501 Portland Avenue, Richfield
(just north of the intersection of Portland and 66th Street)
NOTE: We have implemented a less complicated and less cumbersome way to process our annual membership dues. Effective January 1, 2018, all members will be charged a $20 membership fee for individuals and $30 for couples, good for the entire 2018 year. (New members who join later in the year will pay a pro-rated fee).
You may pay your 2018 membership fee any time beginning now through our first meeting on January 2nd. Mail a check made payable to “Republican Seniors of MN” to Don Teigen, Treasurer, 7250 Lewis Ridge Pkwy, #217, Edina, MN 55439. Or bring your payment to one of our upcoming monthly meetings. If your address isn’t on your check, please include it. When you pay your dues, we will send you a membership card. When you show your card at a meeting, you will pay just $5 to attend. Non-members will be charged $10 to attend effective January 2018.
*The $5 fee per person includes a selection of beverages and small bagged snacks. If you are interested in a meal, you are most welcome in the dining room of the American Legion following our meeting.
We are posting this as a courtesy to Republican Seniors of MN. If you have voted early you can come out to watch 3 excellent speakers: Jason Flohrs, Sen Dave Osmek, and Rep Matt Dean, the latter who are running the Governor’s Office of Minnesota. If you haven’t voted on November 7th for Greg Copeland in St Paul or Joe Kovacs in Mpls’ Ward 7 then make that your second mission to do that day. ~~ Publius Jr.