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Nolan's a real business person

We are writing to let voters know that Rick Nolan is a true entrepreneur and a real business person. Instead of helping to run a family business, Rick started his own small business, created jobs and took on the full responsibility of meeting a p...

We are writing to let voters know that Rick Nolan is a true entrepreneur and a real business person. Instead of helping to run a family business, Rick started his own small business, created jobs and took on the full responsibility of meeting a payroll, providing benefits, and all of the other things that come with operating a business.

Unlike his opponent, Rick also has several years of public service as a congressman, and as a representative in the Minnesota Legislature. He has direct and extensive experience in how government functions, and has valuable seniority.

As director of the Minnesota Trade Office, he worked closely with business people and leaders around the world and promoted Minnesota products worldwide. He also lived in the Mideast for four years and has firsthand knowledge of the politics of that part of the world, knowledge that will be valuable as we continue to deal with the conflicts in that area.

Rick has first-hand business experience, valuable government experience and knowledge that applies directly to the issues related to the military conflict in which we are presently engaged.

We will support experience, knowledge and maturity.

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Art and Jan Warner

Little Falls

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