He said that he didn't believe his relationship wish CAGE or his business presented any conflict.
His closure of his public affairs company comes just after he re-started it in January. At that time, he also said he had stepped down as CEO of Baja Sol Restaurant Group, a Mexican chain restaurant co-owned by Republican donor Bill Cooper.
The decisions, Sutton said, allow him to zero in on party work. But they also mean that he needs a source of income.
Although he had been an unpaid chairman during his first term, he said he plans to discuss compensation with the party's executive committee at their May 19 meeting.
"I'll probably ask for it, simply because I am in a different place in my life," Sutton said.
He said leaving the CAGE board does nothing to dampen his outcry against more gambling.
"I'll continue to be a vigorous opponent of expanding gambling or any other source of revenue to grow government in Minnesota," Sutton said.
But look at that hand.
Tony, this seems to be it:
Apparently Tony is not the only Republican off-sign, there is Michele too.
Does anyone have a "hands up" photo of Brodkorb or of Bill Cooper, (that other Baja Sol Restaurant entrepreneur besides Sutton)? Just wondering.
Okay. With the Pope, there is the traditional "ICXC" blessing, e.g., here and here. But the others? None are practicing Catholics; never mind that ICXC is not a lay symbol, but one of blessing, for use among the clergy.