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STEVE DRAZKOWSKI

It would energize voters, but it's how unclear how much the benefit would be.
District 21 Senate and House candidates in southeastern Minnesota took questions on the issues Thursday in Zumbrota. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3.
The Minnesota Legislature on Tuesday kicked off the start of the 2020 legislative session.
It's the off-season for most state legislators, but that can't be said for state Rep. Steve Drazkowski.

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I hear some crazy stuff. Nothing, however, tops the story that Goodhue's Dairy Princess was pulled over during a parade. Why? Well, it seems she was riding on an ATV or UTV that was illegally on the road.
Of the tickets written during the weekend of Mazeppa Daze, 16 were citations and 26 were warning tickets, said Joe Albert, communications coordinator for the DNR’s Division of Enforcement, the agency that wrote the tickets.
The question was: Is man-made climate change real?
ALTURA
ALTURA, Minn. — Last Wednesday, for the first time in 114 years, not a single dairy cow was milked on the Hoffman family farm west of Chatfield.
State Rep. Steve Drazkowski and three other GOP House members have split off to form their own caucus, saying the breakaway group will allow them to work in a "much better climate."

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While Democrats were able to flip at least 15 seats to take control of the Minnesota House, most of the incumbents who got the heave-ho represented suburban districts.
GOP state Rep. Steve Drazkowski is seeking his seventh two-year term representing District 21B in the Minnesota House of Representatives. He is being challenged by Democrat Jonathan Isenor. District 21B covers portions of Goodhue, Dodge, Wabasha and Winona counties.
Drazkowski questions Omar's campaign spending

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