Dean Phillips continues his five-day, 40-city “Coffee and Conversation Tour” from November 2nd to Election Day, November 6th.
Republicans are scrambling to minimize their losses in the midterms in order to deny Democrats the 23 seats they need to recapture a majority in the House.
Not since Paul Wellstone have we seen an ad that does so much to humanize a candidate as the one Senator Amy Klobuchar just issued with Dean Phillips.
There’s an old saying that applies to Erik Paulsen’s blatantly false ads: “Never wrestle with a pig; you’ll both get dirty.” Minnesota is better than that.
We are not receiving good representation in CD-3 because of what Erik Paulsen does and doesn’t do. We need to show the courage to change the things we can.
Dean Phillips hits the road for a “40-City Coffee & Conversation Tour” in his Government Repair Truck to visit every town in Minnesota’s Third District.
Erik Paulsen has released two more ads funded largely by special-interest contributions to his campaign, including another dishonest and negative attack ad.
A television ad being run by Rep. Erik Paulsen attempts to tie Dean Phillips to a congressman accused of domestic abuse. PolitiFact rates the claim “False.”
While he laments the loss of trust and pragmatic problem-solving in Washington, Durenberger is optimistic about its return with Dean Phillips in Congress.
Phillips and Clyburn will join a diverse group of faith leaders for a conversation about the issues impacting their communities and congregations.