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Reader Opinion: Menk will represent everyone

Dale Menk, when elected, will be an excellent state representative for all of us in House District 10A. Dale decided to run for office because he felt he was not being listened to or represented in St. Paul. Dale feels he can better serve and lis...

Dale Menk, when elected, will be an excellent state representative for all of us in House District 10A. Dale decided to run for office because he felt he was not being listened to or represented in St. Paul. Dale feels he can better serve and listen to all of the people in District 10A. Once he put his name on the line, he has been working feverishly to let all of us know what he feels strongly about.

Dale's priorities include investing in public education from early childhood to K-12 to higher ed, working for our veterans to make sure they have what they need and deserve, keeping our water/air/land free of pollution, creating good living wage jobs for our area and affordable/comprehensive health care for all Minnesotans.

In St. Paul, Dale will work with everyone. He wants to end the partisan divide. Vote for Dale Menk on Nov. 6

John Ward

Baxter

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