Tuesday, April 25, 2006

SD 43 candidates introduce issues

Judy Johnson, Ron Abrams, Sarah Anderson. (Submitted photo)
SD 43 issued this statement in a press release:
Residents from Plymouth, Minnetonka, and Medicine Lake met Saturday morning to endorse candidates for the Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives. The crowd of area Republicans backed Plymouth Mayor Judy Johnson, incumbent legislator Ron Abrams, and Plymouth Planning Commissioner Sarah Anderson to represent them on the November ballot.

Standing before District 43 supporters, Johnson, Abrams, and Anderson vowed to work together in getting the important work of this state done including reducing property taxes, addressing rising health care costs, providing good roads, and achieving greater accountability and success from our schools.

Who is Sarah Anderson? Part II

Like the rest of the slate, HD 43A candidate Anderson has an extensive knowledge of campaigns and government from the inside out. She has over nine years of experience in government, working with legislators, agencies, and the public. She is a commissioner on the Plymouth Planning Commission, and works in the Minnesota House of Representatives as Director of the Legislative Assistant Department. She was Executive Advisor to the Speaker of the House for six years, and was the administrator for the Capital Investment Committee for two years. Anderson has been active in the Republican party since 1991.

Anderson lists her issue positions as: fiscal accountability and efficiency, traditional family values, pro-life, Second Amendment rights, and property rights.

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