Greg Copeland is running for Minnesota State Senate in the District 66 special election on April 12.
A Republican? Running in Saint Paul?
Yep. And he’s running to win.
He can’t do it without help, of course. As we noted on the show yesterday, he needs to top $3,000 by Monday afternoon to get state matching money. If you can contribute anything, we’d appreciate it. And remember – once we get over $3,000 it’s not done. Indeed, it’s just a start. No contribution will be wasted. Here’s where you can donate – and many thanks to those of you who have contributed already. Here’s the campaign’s contributions page.
Beyond money? In a street-level campaign like this one, volunteers are everything. And you don’t have to live in SD66 to help out! Volunteer information is on this page. The campaign needs help door-knocking, phone banking, placing campaign signs, and all the other jobs that a winning campaign needs done.
The Copeland For Senate site is right here. He’s also on Facebook and Twitter. Stay in touch – and please help out. Minnesota – and Saint Paul, its capitol – don’t need another DFL ticket-puncher in the Senate.
Disclosure: I’m a volunteer on the Copeland for Senate staff.