GOP Secretary of State candidates seeking election control

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The AP Todd Richmond, and Christina Cassidy wrote that “Wisconsin’s secretary of State has no role in election, but that could change if Republicans can flip the seat this to them and pass a law giving the office far more responsibilities. The three GOP candidates for Tuesday’s nomination support the shift, echoing former President Donald Trump’s false claims about fraud that cost him the 2020 election. … In Minnesota , the leading Republican candidate called the 2020 election ‘rigged. He has been criticised for a video in which he attacked three prominent Jewish Democrats, including the current secretary-of-state, Steve Simon. Simon is running for reelection.

The New York Times editorial writer Michelle Cottle wrote : “Of all the political dilemmas and questions of 2022 midterms,” she writes . We have so many… let’s just say colorful… characters in the Trump era. But Mr. Johnson may be the senator who most fully embodies the detached-from-reality elements of MAGA-world — the guy most likely to spend his spare time fashioning tinfoil hats while cruising QAnon message boards. A person familiar with the Johnson campaign said to me that Democrats think they will sink Senator Johnson with one of their impolitic utterances. This Johnson ally points out, however, that while there have been many statements over the years and controversies throughout history, very few of them sink in or stay with people. Translation: Many Wisconsin voters accepted Mr. Johnson’s crazy-years-ago.

According to the Alexandria Echo Press Mike McFeely, “Steve Kubeny has some words of wisdom for anyone who says, There aren’t any fish in mine.'” Other DNR fisheries personnel also survey lakes within their jurisdictions. If the DNR wishes to target particular species, such as crappies, some lakes can be electrofished. (DNR workers) Recently, they conducted a survey of channel catfish in North Dakota’s Red River near Wahpeton using electrofishing. You can access the data at the DNR’s website, under the Lake Finder feature. To find the DNR’s analysis and data on a fishery, anglers need to type the name of the lake and the county.

Kim Hyatt from the Strib reports that a Minnetonka resident was asked by a detective if he had cast an absentee ballot or voted in-person in November 2020. He said sorry. However, Alexander Leonard Peck (30) now faces two felonies of unlawful voting and registration in more than one precinct according to Hennepin County District Court charges. Peck is accused in absentee voting under a Minneapolis address in September and again at an Edina polling place on Nov. 3.

The Duluth News Tribune Travis Gulbrandson said that Patrick Walsh celebrated the fourth anniversary of Anatomic Inc., a company he co-founded. Anatomic Inc. sells human-derived sensory neurons to pharmaceutical firms for the creation of non-addictive painkillers. Walsh was born in Forada in Minnesota and has a bachelor of science degree in biology with minor in chemistry from the University of Minnesota. He also holds a master’s in stem cell biology from University of Minnesota Twin Cities. … Three researchers from the company currently work on two types of neuron each. They may eventually have six types in a year or so. Walsh stated that this might allow pharmaceutical companies to develop new types of drugs for different purposes. “That’s one aspect, it’s trying to support pharmaceutical firms as they do their research.”

An WCCO TV story states, “There is good news at gas pumps. As of Sunday morning, the average price for a gallon regular unleaded gasoline in Minnesota is below $4. This gallon was $3.99. This is a decrease of 2 cents from Saturday. The average gallon price in Wisconsin is $3.74 per gallon.

Stribber Matt McKinney wrote: “If the Apple River stabbing trial goes to trial, jurors will have to examine Nicolae Miu’s mental state — was he truly in fear for his own life? They will decide whether to convict or acquit the accused. The jury will need to weigh Miu’s version against the victims’ claims that Miu first struck and then pulled a knife on unarmed youth. “What was his thought process?” What was his thought process? It all comes down to his mental state,’ Joe Friedberg, a Minneapolis defense attorney said. According to the criminal complaint, at least two witness video recordings of the encounter were handed to authorities. One Miu appeared to have had the opportunity to leave. Friedberg stated that this is a crucial element in any claim of self-defense. “If you can’t walk away, you have to do it,” he stated.

MSN.com David Edwards said that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell had plans to hold a trial in which voting machines were the defendants. At the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday, Lindell spoke with Steve Bannon. He explained that the “trial” would be held at his upcoming “Moment of Truth Summit” on election fraud. Lindell also stated that he would have the trial of the machines at his summit. Bannon interrupted. “The trial of machines!” Lindell repeated. Bannon asked, “You’re going put the machines on trial?” ‘Absolutely,’ Lindell agreed. “We will put them on trial. ‘”

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