Meet Jason

Some people know Jason from his popular radio show in the Twin Cities. Others know him from the rallies he organized for tax relief (the largest in Minnesota history). And to Lindsey and Lauren, he’s Dad.

The truth is, he’s all of that, and more.

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Yesterday I spoke with the SW Conservative Republicans Women group. I’m proud to be able to share their stories and help some of the incredible Republican women in #mn02 make their voices heard. goo.gl/ZadB4V

@Jason2CD
10 hours ago

Today at 3:30pm you can tune in to @kstp to watch the second debate in #mn02. Tune in here: KSTP.com

@Jason2CD
16 hours ago

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2 days ago

Jason Lewis

WHAT A WEEK!

First, my friend Mike Lindell, whose wonderful company My Pillow has two locations in Shakopee employing nearly 1000 hard working Minnesotans, endorses our campaign noting how good legislation like the Tax Cut and Jobs Act allowed his firm to give his workers an across board raise.

Then, I was very proud to earn the endorsement of the Union of Operating Engineers Local 49 as well as the Carpenters Union. Indeed, in my first term I’ve worked to defend the jobs these fine trade unions represent by focusing on career and technical education. I’ve introduced legislation advancing education in the trades, backed Davis-Bacon and my dual-enrollment amendment that was signed into law supports the workforce of tomorrow, blue-collar jobs and Minnesota's middle class.

Just as important, I’ve backed pro-energy policies that have turned America into a net energy exporter—such as unwavering support for the Enbridge Pipeline (crucial for thousands of jobs and hundreds of millions of dollars of investment) and a permanent nuclear repository at Yucca Mountain in Nevada relieving the Prairie Island Plant of temporally storing spent nuclear fuel.

You would think most everyone could get behind these common sense policies crucial to #mn02. But if you’re collecting 55% of your campaign contributions from out-of-state sources “largely from New York, Boston and San Francisco,” as my opponent has, it becomes increasingly difficult to represent our interests. And when outside groups like the Environmental Defense Action Fund or the Sierra Club Political Committee are spending big money on your behalf opposing these energy initiatives, well, you know why Angie Craig isn’t backing them.

In fact, the “majority of the $5.3 million in outside spending in the Second District has been on Craig’s behalf.”

Finally, we wrapped up the week highlighting our other policy differences with Craig on Almanac and we’re set to debate again Sunday, Oct. 21 at 3:30 PM on Channel 5. It’s right after the Vikings game so tune in and let’s keep this going.
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