Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 180

Friday, April 28, 2017

The Hamline Job

MnGOP Chair candidate David Hann and MnGOP Deputy Chair candidate Jennifer DeJournett. Also, sheep in bags on Ben’s Nerd Segment.

Show Notes

A Block

  • Jack wants a drone.
  • The News Bag. [3:56]

B Block

  • MnGOP Chair candidate David Hann. [23:36]
    • Reaction to negative campaigning.
    • Purpose of the Republican Party.
    • History of both parties.

C Block

  • MnGOP Deputy Chair candidate Jennifer DeJournett. [53:57]
    • Reaction to negative campaigning.
    • Fundraising.
    • The role of a deputy chair.
  • Ben’s Nerd Segment. [1:09:10]
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