consultants are sandburs

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Visit to contribute online or mail your donation to the address given below.

Among the several candidates, I believe Perovich has the maturity and diverse private sector work history within House District 35A to best represent the district. He has done more than work on other people's campaign and pursue academic goals. He is raising a family in the district in today's economic times, and knows what it takes to hold things together and do that well. He understands others in such a situation. I believe he will embrace the hopes of district residents he will represent and "work to protect the interest of affordable health care, job creation, and environmental protection." Those are his words from a mailing, which further states:

Now is the time to make sure our state remains progressive, keeping this the best state to live and raise our families. I look forward to hearing from you and welcome your suggestions, comments and ideas. I will be honored to represent you in the state legislature and will work hard in the months ahead to win in November.

Winning does require citizens who share many of Peter's values to help the campaign financially.

While I am not a wealthy person, (never mind not a 1%-er); Perovich is, so far, one of the two candidates for office in November's election who I have felt strongly enough about to contribute something to the campaign. I urge readers to do the same.

As already noted in the headline, the Peter Perovich for House website fosters e-contributions, while I prefer mailing a check. After all, checks get cash to the candidacy without any "Visa fee" or "ActBlue" sharing. It all goes to the effort to win in November.

So the address:

Peter Perovich for House
5435 152nd Ave NW
Ramsey, MN 55303

Please help, and bookmark the website.

[disclosure - I have no role, formal or informal, in the Perovich campaign/candidacy. I know him, like him, and respect his style, capability and judgment. That's it. Nutshell version. He is the best person running for the task of representing and listening to all residents of the district.]

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