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Reader Opinion: Election security

Paul Gazelka is playing games with Minnesota's election security. Minnesota is the only state not to authorize 100% of federal election security grant money. I'd like to know who Gazelka thinks he represents. Does he really think undermining elec...

Paul Gazelka is playing games with Minnesota's election security. Minnesota is the only state not to authorize 100% of federal election security grant money. I'd like to know who Gazelka thinks he represents. Does he really think undermining election security in these times is a good idea? Maybe this is just another crackpot blackmail scheme where he's holding out for some outlandish lost cause he supports or made up. I don't think it's a good idea to get extra pay (special session) because one legislator refuses to do the people's work. Election security is of critical importance and shouldn't become a blackmail issue.

Greg Olson

Ironton

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