In Case You Missed It: National Media Puts Spotlight on Minnesota as Swing State this November—Democrats Losing Ground Supporting Radical Anti-Police Agenda
September 2nd, 2020
EAGAN, Minn. — In case you missed it, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, TheWashington Examiner, and
more have all published stories in the past couple days on how
Minnesota is in play this November as Democrats continue to push radical
agendas that will harm Minnesota communities and families. U.S. Senate
Candidate Jason Lewis has been a strong voice against the rioting,
looting, and chaos in Minneapolis and Saint Paul.
“Recent polling and national media attention confirm what President Trump and I have been saying from day one: Minnesota is in play. Democrats are now scrambling to try to keep their fragile, weakening grip on our state. As Minnesotans see the violence in our cities, calls to defund the police, and abandonment of small businesses, it’s clear that the far-left agenda from Senator Tina Smith and other Democrats won’t play in Minnesota. Voters are looking for real leadership, and that’s why they’ll be supporting President Trump and me,” said Lewis.
From the Washington Post, “Democrats in Minnesota have tracked a steady erosion in popular support for the Black Lives Matter movement and police overhauls since the early summer, said a Democrat familiar with the data, who attributed it to a backlash over protesters’ calls to “defund the police.”
See full coverage below:
Washington Examiner: Trump campaign eyes Minnesota prize as Biden slips in polls
The Wall Street Journal: How Minnesota Became a 2020 Election Battleground
FiveThirtyEight: Why Minnesota Could Be The Next Midwestern State To Go Red