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Reader Opinion: Schultz for Congress

Jen Schultz is accessible, cares about people, and believes in government’s role investing in people and communities.

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As a Minnesota legislator, Jen Schultz worked to pass bills making health care and insurance more affordable and accessible. Jen collaborated across the aisle getting things done. As a District 8 congressional candidate, Jen brings that experience and her insights as an economist and professor at UMD to the District — a breath of fresh air for constituents weary of incumbent Pete Stauber’s history of no votes.

Jen is accessible, cares about people, and believes in government’s role investing in people and communities. Stauber repeatedly votes against these interests.

Stauber voted no on 20+ bipartisan bills, including: terrorism prevention, consumer fuel price gouging prevention, community services block grant modernization for rural and Native American communities, affordable insulin, protecting our kids, respect for marriage, women’s health protection, Build Back Better infrastructure.

Your yes vote for Jen brings her proven record of placing “We The People” before the party.

Jane A. Haubrich

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