Jeff Johnson's website: JohnsonforGovernor.org, describes the candidate as focusing on three issues: "Jobs, Education and Making Government Work." These are nice goals, but what specifically is Jeff Johnson promising to do for Minnesota if elected?
According to his website:
MAKING GOVERNMENT WORK
Looks like a pretty good plan, especially the idea to audit every taxpayer-funded program. Hopefully that also includes all the school districts that accept millions of taxpayer dollars every year.
There are others running for governor as well, including Scott Honour, Kurt Zellers and Dave Thompson. More research on each of the candidates will be necessary before MNHockeyMama decides which one seems like the best choice for Minnesota.
A great place to check out all the candidates will be at tonight's MN Republican Gubernatorial Candidates' Forum held at The Mermaid Event Center from 7-9pm.
Former Senate candidate Kurt Bills has just endorsed businessman Scott Honour as his pick for Minnesota Governor; it seems a bit premature to be endorsing any of the candidates, but apparently Kurt Bills likes what he sees in Scott Honour's potential as a candidate against Governor Dayton. The rest of us would be advised to attend tonight's Candidates' Forum and do a little more research before settling on one candidate as Bills already has; though so far for this HockeyMama, Jeff Johnson is leading the pack.