He also had this to say: "Congressman [Erik] Paulsen has been fighting every day shoulder to shoulder with President Trump." Expect to see the video overwhelming your TV come fall. It's bound to be the centerpiece of an attack campaign targeting Erik Paulsen. The congressman has comfortably won five elections to represent Minneapolis' western suburbs.
Congressman Erik Paulsen is fond of talking about how he connects to his constituents through a method called a "town call." Paulsen has not had an in-person town hall meeting since 2011, so this is his preferred and main method of connecting with his constituents.
MINNETONKA - The West Metro Walkout planned to have several hundred students participating in the March 14 walkout at Minnetonka High School, said seniors Aberdeen Morrow and Katherine McDonald. Three hundred fifty high school students involved in a group chat planned to walk out, including both liberals and conservatives, they said.
To the editor: I find Rep. Erik Paulsen's recent statement that he wants to address "gaps" in gun control laws ironic. In December 2017, Paulsen voted for the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which forces Minnesota to recognize permits from states with much laxer requirements.
The GOP tax bill is dividing candidates in Minnesota's wealthiest congressional district, a race some national pundits say is a bellwether on the fate of Republican control of the House. The 3rd District encompasses a swath of western Twin Cities suburbs and exurbs from Coon Rapids to Bloomington.
Guest Columnist John Freivalds lives in Wayzata and is a writer, commodities broker, consultant and opinion columnist. The Second Amendment was passed in 1791, giving the right for ordinary citizens to bear arms. Congressman Erik Paulsen has accepted nearly $32,000 in contributions from the National Rifle Association according to a full page ad in the Feb.
To the Editor: In this era of fake news," it's disturbing that an elected representative would try to raise campaign money by lying about people who oppose him. A recent fundraising letter signed by Rep. Erik Paulsen claims that some or all of the people who have been protesting against his votes are "Soros-paid volunteers."
Rep. Erik Paulsen's "town hall" meetings are a joke. First of all, they're telephone conference calls because for some reason he's afraid traditional face-to-face open forum meetings with his constituents would be too confrontational. Individuals who have questions for him are screened by an aide for further control.
Erik Paulsen paints a very rosy picture for "American families and hard working taxpayers across the nation" in his commentary on tax reform, in the March 15 edition of the Eden Prairie News. This is the rest of the story.
To the Editor: The March 8 edition of the Sun Sailor Plymouth published three letters for or against Rep. Erik Paulsen. Two of those letters were about guns and the third, about Medicare, was apparently sent to you by the vice chair of Senate District 44 Republicans, Tracy Sterk, and is just more of Erik Paulsen's pandering to seniors.
I am proud of Stoneman Douglas High School students. For the first time since Columbine we see real movement on gun violence. Of all murders in America 64 percent are with guns, in Canada 30 percent, in Australia 13 percent, and in England 4 percent. Students and adults are tired of boloney solutions.
I'm writing to correct some inaccuracies cited in Mr. Todd Riba's recent response to my letter "Paulsen Votes In line With Trump." Like Mr. Riba, I too have had the impression from some of Rep. Erik Paulsen's social media posts that he disagrees with President Trump's agenda.