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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 257

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Joining Us Now

Jack discovers his annoying verbal tic as he interviews MnGOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan, CD1 candidate Jim Hagedorn, CD8 candidate Pete Stauber, Attorney General candidate Harry Niska, Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave Osmek, State Representative Jim Nash, and Jason Flohrs, and Kelly Gunderson of Americans for Prosperity.

Show Notes
  • MnGOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan
  • CD1 candidate Jim Hagedorn
  • CD8 candidate Pete Stauber
  • Attorney General candidate Harry Niska
  • Republican gubernatorial candidate Dave Osmek
  • State Representative Jim Nash
  • Jason Flohrs and Kelly Gunderson of Americans for Prosperity.

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