The CD6 Republicans, in partnership with BPOUs and the State Party have already opened 3 (updated) FOUR Victory Offices in the District. These offices will play a key role in helping elect Republicans to Statewide, Congressional, and State House seats, but we need your help.
We have eager and motivated staff working full time at these offices, with some great new tools to make calls and collect the critical Voter ID data needed to win. But the skilled staff can't do all the work. We need volunteers!
Here are the locations of our 4 Victory Offices with staff contact info and social media links.
Blaine/Circle Pines - Main 651-295-3601
3533 - 88th Ave. NE
Blaine, MN 55014
St. Cloud - Main 320-333-9616
4132 - 2nd St. S
St. Cloud, MN 56301
10580 - 10th St.
Waconia, MN 55387
9766 Fallon Ave.
Monticello, MN 55362
Please contact the offices and volunteer to help elect our endorsed Republicans.
Here are the endorsed Republican candidates for the 2014 election cycle. The following would serve Legislative Districts entirely or partially within the 6th Congressional District or Statewide offices.
Find out which District you live in by clicking here.
Note: The Minnesota Senate is not up for reelection until 2016.
|US House||Tom Emmer||Facebook - Web - Twitter||Open (R)|
|US Senate||Mike McFadden
||Facebook - Web - Twitter||(D)|
|Governor & Lt. Gov.||Jeff Johnson & Bill Kuisle||Facebook - Web - Twitter||(D)|
|Secretary of State||Dan Severson||Facebook - Web - Twitter||OPEN (D)|
|Attorney General||Scott Newman||Facebook - Web - Twitter||(D)|
|Auditor||Randy Gilbert||Facebook - Web - Twitter||(D)|
|13 A||Jeff Howe||Facebook - Web||Incumbent|
|13 B||Tim O'Driscoll||Web||Incumbent|
|14 A||Tama Theis||Incumbent|
|14 B||Jim Knoblach||Web||(D)|
|15 A||Sondra Erickson||Web||Incumbent|
|15 B||Jim Newberger||Web||Incumbent|
|29 A||Joe McDonald||Web||Incumbent|
|29 B||Marion O'Neill||Web||Incumbent|
|30 A||Nick Zerwas||Facebook - Web||Incumbent|
|30 B||Eric Lucero||Web -||Open (R)|
|31 A||Kurt Daudt||Web||Incumbent|
|31 B||Tom Hackbarth||Web||Incumbent|
|35 A||Abigail Whelan||Facebook - Web - Twitter||Open (R)|
|35 B||Peggy Scott||Facebook - Web -||Incumbent|
|37 A||Mandy Benz||Facebook - Web - Twitter||(D)|
|37 B||Tim Sanders||Facebook - Web - Twitter||Incumbent|
|38 A||Linda Runbeck||Web||Incumbent|
|38 B||Matt Dean||Web||Incumbent|
|39 A||Bob Detmer||Web||Incumbent|
|39 B||Kathy Lohmer||Web||Incumbent|
|47 A||Jim Nash
||Facebook - Web - Twitter||Open (R)|
Tom Emmer won the endorsement of the CD6 Republicans today with 76% of the vote on Saturday April 12, 2014.
Congratulations to him, his family, and his campaign team for a well run and successful campaign.
Chairman Yurczyk had the following to say,
"The CD6 Republicans congratulate Tom Emmer on earning our endorsment on Saturday. Mr. Emmer received 76% of the vote on the first ballot. We appreciate the time and effort he spent travelling the district to meet with delegates and gain their support.
We look forward to working alongside Mr. Emmer to help him spread his message of fiscal discipline to voters throughout the 6th District. His straight-talk and unmatched work-ethic make him uniquely positioned to earn the support of voters in the Primary and on Election Day."
Congresswoman Bachmann announced her decision not to seek a 5th term in Congress this morning.
CD6 Republicans leadership released this statement:
"We thank Congresswoman Bachmann for her years of hard work for the people of the 6th congressional district and her unflinching commitment to conservative principles. Her voice and tireless efforts will be missed in Congress, but we trust she will continue to be a strong advocate for conservative, Constitutional government. "
Donate to the CD6 Republicans to help ensure we have the resources to keep CD6 in Republican hands.
By T.W. Budig at the Star News
Sixth District Congresswoman Michele Bachmann visited the State Capitol on Monday, March 18, to advocate for two north metro transportation projects.
Flanked by a semi-circle of Republican legislators and local leaders, Bachmann pushed for funding lane additions on Interstate 94 — a business-life artery, said one business leader — and dollars for improvements on heavily traveled Highway 10.
“One thing we all know is politics is a team sport,” said Bachmann, touting her own efforts by citing hundreds of meetings with district officials and speaking of shared resolve on transportation.
A parade of business leaders stepped to the podium to stress the importance of Highway 10 and I-94 to their businesses.
Chair: Luke Yurczk
Deputy Chair: Heather Todd
State Vice Chair: Jen Niska
Treasurer & Finance Director: Andy Aplikowski (Designee to be appointed March 26)
Secretary: Evan Siljander
Outreach Coordinator: Stacy Morse
Wright County Vice Chair: Jameson Wakefield
Carver County Vice Chair: Frank Long
Benton County Vice Chair: Carol Rupar
Stearns County Vice Chair: Tom Ellenbecker
Sherburne County Vice Chair: Joel Gindele
Anoka County Vice Chair: Jim Bendtsen
Washington County Vice Chair: Eric Langness
CD6 Representative Nick Zerwas 30A was profiled by ABC Newspapers.
Elk River Republican State Rep. Nick Zerwas, District 30A, is a rookie in the Minnesota Legislature this session, but he is learning the ropes very quickly by introducing several bills.
The 32-year-old state legislator looks at his role as another challenge in life and he has had many.
Many may not know that Zerwas has been battling heart problems all of his life. He has had 10 open heart surgeries, the last one being in 2007. He was even on the heart transplant list at a younger age.
Zerwas is a champion of community service and does not regard his health issues as an impediment to success in politics. “I hit my doors last summer during the campaign when door knocking,” he proudly says. Traveling from his office in the State Office Building to the State Capitol, Zerwas admits that reaching the incline in the tunnel is also challenging.
Being in the minority party has not stopped Zerwas from cranking out legislation in three major areas:
From the Minnesota House Republicans.
Minnesota's economy continues to improve thanks to the fiscal restraint & pro-growth policies of the 2011-2012 Republican majorities. A $5 billion dollar 2012-2013 deficit has turned into a $2.8 billion dollar surplus. SOURCE
Here are the Republicans that were elected in 2012. The following would serve Legislative Districts entirely or partially within the 6th Congressional District.
Find out which District you live in by clicking here.
You can also see the results for all of the races in CD6 by clicking here.
|Michele Bachmann||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|29||Bruce Anderson||Facebook - Web|
|35||Branden Petersen||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|39||Karin Housley||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|47||Julianne Ortman||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|13 A||Jeff Howe||Facebook - Web|
|13 B||Tim O'Driscoll||Web|
|14 A||Tama Theis|
|15 A||Sondra Erickson||Web|
|15 B||Jim Newberger||Web|
|29 A||Joe McDonald||Web|
|29 B||Marion O'Neill||Web|
|30 A||Nick Zerwas||Facebook - Web|
|30 B||David FitzSimmons||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|31 A||Kurt Daudt||Web|
|31 B||Tom Hackbarth||Web|
|35 A||Jim Abeler||Facebook - Web|
|35 B||Peggy Scott||Facebook - Web -|
|37 B||Tim Sanders||Facebook - Web - Twitter|
|38 A||Linda Runbeck|
|38 B||Matt Dean||Web|
|39 A||Bob Detmer||Web|
|39 B||Kathy Lohmer||Web|
|47 A||Ernie Leidiger||Web|