Why I’m Running
"Washington needs leaders that work for all of us here in Minnesota.” That was what Angie Craig said when she announced her campaign for Congress in 2018. What has her record in Congress been? Five percent. Angie has voted with President Trump just five percent of the time.
She vowed to “work for all of us,” and yet she’s working for Nancy Pelosi 95% of the time. She claimed to want to fight for “a fair shot at a better life” but has focused on carrying her party line, and impeaching President Trump.
The impeachment mess will not make our economy grow, it won’t help improve our education system, and it won’t lower prescription drug prices – but it will fulfill the promises made to the extreme liberal left and the donor class that got Angie elected.
Angie Craig broke one of the very first promises she made to Minnesota voters – to me, that’s unacceptable.
I’m not afraid of hard work. I grew up the daughter of a single mother, who raised me and my three brothers while working as a waitress at the local diner. My mom taught me the values of hard work, personal responsibility, and accountability.
As a business leader who has helped Minnesotans find meaningful employment, I can’t imagine fighting against someone 95% of the time. In the private sector, you have to work together to find solutions, and above all else, you have to get the job done.
If you send me to Washington, I will work to grow our economy, fix our crumbling infrastructure, fight for our shared values and promise I will never kowtow to Nancy Pelosi.
Angie Craig runs around the 2nd District and tells people how moderate she is and then runs back to Washington where she votes against the president more often than Ilhan Omar and AOC. We need to make sure that Minnesotans know about Angie’s real record.
It’s time Minnesota’s 2nd District is finally represented again. It's time to take back our seat.