Kresha is a rubber stamp for GOP
To the Editor:
One of the things that frustrates me the most is when politicians simply follow their political party leaders in lock step. In looking at Ron Kresha’s Web site, I can’t find one single issue where he will break ranks from his political party leaders.
Do you know what that means for us? Bad news. Another politician who will vote to shut down government instead of working with Democrats and Republicans to solve problems. Another politician to side with big special interests instead of middle class Minnesotans and another politician that would rather protect tax breaks for big corporations than invest in our schools.
After last year’s historic shutdown, isn’t it time to vote for someone who isn’t going to be a rubber stamp for more of the same?
I am voting for Adrian Welle because the same old gridlock isn’t going to cut it. Unlike his opponent, he has made it clear he will put our district ahead of political party interests. He will be the independent voice that we need — that will mean a better result this year than the last two years that were marred by partisan gridlock. — Jennifer Bragg, Little Falls