Calling All Republicans

Why are the counties of LeSueur, Rice and Scott so important to this election?

We have six of the hottest races in the state and we need your vote.

We can give you six reasons why Republicans getting to the polls from our area will make a difference in the direction our government is headed.

Reason 1

Reason 1

Brian Daniels House District 24b

We flipped this seat in 2014 catching the incumbent off gaurd.  Patty Friz is eyeing to take back her seat counting on the history of presidential elections benefiting Democrats.

Reason 2

Reason 2

Aramis Well House District 20b

The Wells team is rocking it and has the right community network to win that race. More importantly they are the right leadership for the people of the district.

Reason 3

Reason 3

Jason Lewis Congressional District 2

The Cook Political report has the district as leaning Democrat and big donors are pouring dollars into that race trying to flip Rep. Kline’s old district.

Reason 4

Reason 4

Jim Hagedorn Congressional District 1

Along with Stuart Mills in the 8th this district is has a chance to flip this year.  Jim has been meeting people in this district non-stop for two years and can win the 1st Congressional District.

Reason 5

Reason 5

John Jasinski Senate District 24

We have a solid race in SD24 with a very strong challenger in Mayor Jasinski.  If we get out and vote we will win this district and add an additional conservative voice in our senate.

Reason 6

Reason 6

Rich Draheim Senate District 20

To regain leadership in the Senate this district is the final key.  It can be a tough district for Republicans, but Secretary Clinton is no candidate Obama.  Republicans have the enthusiasm – with it we can win this seat.

Many elections are ultimately decided by a just a handful of votes and elections in our district are close.  Your and every vote will make a difference in this important election, so please join us in supporting our candidates and helping get fellow Republicans to the polls.

We have the strongest ticket we have seen in years with a positive vision for the future of this country.

Early Voting Thru 11/7
Vote in Person Vote by absentee ballot at your local election office.
LeSueur County

ADDRESS

Le Sueur County Courthouse 88 S Park Ave Le Center, MN 56057

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Carol Blaschko Phone: 507-357-2251 Fax: 507-357-8628 Email: cblaschko@co.le-sueur.mn.us

Rice County

ADDRESS

Rice County Elections 320 3rd St NW Faribault, MN 55021

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Rice County Elections Phone: 507-332-6104 Fax: 507-333-3754 Email: rcelections@co.rice.mn.us

Scott County

ADDRESS

Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave W Shakopee, MN 55379

ABSENTEE VOTING CONTACT

Lisa Shadick Phone: 952-496-8560 Fax: 952-496-8174 Email: scelections@co.scott.mn.us

 

Vote by Mail Any registered voter can vote by mail Get your absentee ballot application Download and print the absentee ballot application, or request a ballot using the online form.

Vote on Election Day
The Election is November 8th Polls are open 7 AM–8 PM. If you’re in line at your polling location by 8 PM, you’re allowed to vote.

Le Sueur County Republicans

Le Sueur County Republicans

Scott County GOP