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Reader Opinion: Heintzeman stands for us

We have at present in District 10A a Representative, Josh Heintzeman, who stands for the needs of both our district and the state. Josh stands for so many things essential to our well-being that there isn't space to list them. Think of these thin...

We have at present in District 10A a Representative, Josh Heintzeman, who stands for the needs of both our district and the state. Josh stands for so many things essential to our well-being that there isn't space to list them. Think of these things: the lives of unborn children and superior education for them, our Second Amendment rights, increases in local government aid, tax relief for working families and farmers and small business.

Josh and his wife Keri have been married for 17 years and are loving parents of six children. He is: pro-life and pro-traditional marriage, a lifelong Minnesota resident, co-owner with Keri of Up Country Log, a family run business that produces hand-crafted logs for building and home accent work, manager of Thirty Lakes Watershed District, a member of the NRA, and a member of the Brainerd Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce.

George Selvestra

Pequot Lakes

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