Stewartville Candidate Forum October 6

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The Stewartville Area Chamber of Commerce hosts a MEET THE CANDIDATES FORUM 6:00 Social Hour 7:00 City Council panel 7:45 School Board panel 8:30 Closing Social Stewartville Civic Center 106 1st St E Questions may be addressed to [if JavaScript were enabled there would be an email address here] 507 533 6006

Bill Clinton on illegal immigration

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When Bill was President, he said exactly the same thing about illegal immigration as today’s Donald Trump. Congress gave him a standing ovation. Source: Clinton on immigration

2016 Voting

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The general election isn’t until November 8 but you can vote in Minnesota from September 23 through election day. Voters do not need to state a reason for voting early. Voting Candidates The Secretary of State’s web site can provide a sample ballot specific to a voter’s precinct. It includes every race pertinent to that precinct. Republican endorsed Olmsted county legislative and Congressional candidates can be found on our Candidates page which also includes links to find candidates for local offices. Polling Places The Secretary of State’s Polling Place Finder can tell you where you vote on election day based on your address. Or call the county elections office at 507.328.7650. Absentee Voting Absentee voting for the November 8, 2016 election opens on Friday, September 23. Olmsted county’s …

Political Correctness: For Conservatives

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A guest columnist provides excellent commentary on political correctness… The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Political Correctness seeks to silence any point of view that is not “liberal”. It works. That’s why liberals do it. They believe only liberal points of view should be expressed. Check the First Amendment, above. It guarantees our right to speak and express opinions, even unpopular ones. Most conservatives “go along to get along” and are silent when liberals bring up certain topics. We …