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Outsider in the White House,
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American Dreams,
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Taking a Stand,
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Unintimidated,
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A Time for Truth,
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One Nation,
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Trump/Pence vs. Clinton/Kaine On the Issues ,
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Living History ,
by Hillary Rodham Clinton (2003)
Between Hope and History ,
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In Harmís Way ,
by Dr. Jill Stein (2000)
Democrat vs. Republican vs. Green vs. Libertarian,
Four Party's Presidential Nominees On The Issues (2016)
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Do Not Ask What Good We Do
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2018 Minnesota Senate race: debates and news coverage


    Click on a participant to pop-up their full list of quotations
    from 2018 MN Senate race (number of quotes indicated):
  • Jim Newberger (33) Republican candidate for Minnesota U. S. Senator Minnesota
  • Karin Housley (16) Republican candidate for Minnesota U.S. Senator Minnesota
  • Paula Overby (20)
  • Tina Smith (1) Minnesota Democratic Minnesota Lieutenant Governor
    OR click on an issue category below for a subset.

    Minnesota 2018 Senatorial debates and race coverage:
    special election to replace Al Franken.
  • Twin Cities Pioneer Press, "Klobuchar, Newberger air differences at State Fair debate", by Don Davis, Aug 24, 2018
  • MPR News, "Klobuchar and Newberger debate at the State Fair," by Tim Pugmire, Aug 22, 2018
  • Minneapolis Post, "PolyMet amendment: Corporate welfare? Or a reasonable deal?", by Sam Brodey, 06/13/18
  • Huffington Post, "Laws Created To Help Women Make Them 'Look Weaker'," by Alanna Vagianos, April 27, 2018
  • Star Tribune, "Senator demands greater disclosure on senior abuse," by Chris Serres, Nov. 16, 2017
  • City Pages, "Are Rep. Jim Newberger's ideas bad enough for the Senate?", by Mike Mullen, August 16, 2017
  • St. Cloud Times, "Newberger wants to balance Senate delegation," by Nora G. Hertel Aug. 7, 2017
  • City Pages, "Convenient to Connect Rail Between North Mpls, Prison," by Ben Johnson, April 22, 2015
  • Fresh Energy, "Bipartisan push for an increased Renewable Energy Standard," February 27, 2017
  • (More issues coverage when it becomes available)

 OnTheIssues.org excerpts:  (click on issues for details)
Abortion
    Paula Overby: Abortion is a woman's unrestricted right.
    Jim Newberger: Abortion is not an unrestricted right.
    Karin Housley: Pro-choice advocates don't represent state's everyday values.
    Tina Smith: Served as a Planned Parenthood executive.
    Jim Newberger: 100% pro-life.
    Jim Newberger: Require that doctor be in room when taking RU-486.
Budget & Economy
    Paula Overby: Stimulus AND market-led recovery.
    Jim Newberger: Market-led recovery better than stimulus.
Civil Rights
    Paula Overby: Supports same-sex marriage.
    Karin Housley: Pitched for gay rights but no specifics.
    Jim Newberger: Opposes same-sex marriage.
    Jim Newberger: Rated 0% by Voices for Racial Justice.
Corporations
    Karin Housley: De-regulation could be new stimulus to help small business.
    Karin Housley: Small business needs lower taxes, less government to survive.
Crime
    Paula Overby: Oppose "tough on crime": it promotes autocracy.
    Jim Newberger: Stricter punishment reduces crime.
    Karin Housley: Fight to end criminal elderly abuse in senior care homes.
    Jim Newberger: Let's connect a new prison by rail to North Minneapolis.
Drugs
    Paula Overby: Marijuana isn't a gateway drug.
    Jim Newberger: Marijuana is a gateway drug.
Education
    Paula Overby: Vouchers are ok locally but not federally.
    Karin Housley: Work together to improve the public school system.
    Jim Newberger: Vouchers for school choice are possible.
Energy & Oil
    Paula Overby: Pursue green energy aggressively; it is the future.
    Jim Newberger: Don't prioritize green energy.
    Jim Newberger: Defended coal-burning Xcel plant in Becker.
    Karin Housley: Increase Minnesota's Renewable Energy Standard to 50%.
Environment
    Paula Overby: Protect natural resources from exploitation.
    Jim Newberger: Fight EPA regulatory over-reach.
    Jim Newberger: Get government & extreme environmental Left off our backs.
Families & Children
    Karin Housley: If women are empowered and independent they don't need laws.
Foreign Policy
    Paula Overby: Oppose American Exceptionalism.
    Jim Newberger: Support American Exceptionalism.
    Jim Newberger: Prevent MN from implementing policies set by UN Agenda 21.
Free Trade
    Paula Overby: Expand free trade but not economic exploitation.
    Jim Newberger: Support & expand free trade.
Government Reform
    Paula Overby: Make voter registration easier.
    Jim Newberger: No need to make voter registration easier.
    Karin Housley: Switch from partisan way of governing back to compromise.
Gun Control
    Paula Overby: I don't support an absolute right to gun ownership.
    Jim Newberger: Absolute right to gun ownership.
    Jim Newberger: Supports 2nd Amendment rights.
Health Care
    Paula Overby: Oppose ObamaCare; Medicare for all is a better path.
    Jim Newberger: Opposes ObamaCare.
    Karin Housley: Examine and revamp failed health investigations.
    Jim Newberger: Repeal ObamaCare, by any method.
Homeland Security
    Paula Overby: Shift military spending to social and economic development.
    Jim Newberger: Expand the military.
    Jim Newberger: Part of what makes our nation great is our military.
    Karin Housley: Put veteran programs in place for active and retired.
Immigration
    Paula Overby: Pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens.
    Karin Housley: Supports path to legal status for DREAMers.
    Jim Newberger: Pathway to citizenship for illegal aliens is possible.
    Karin Housley: Backs pathway to citizenship for DREAMers.
    Jim Newberger: Immigrants must accept American law.
Jobs
    Paula Overby: Oppose affirmative action.
    Jim Newberger: Opposes affirmative action.
Principles & Values
    Paula Overby: Don't empower human institutions with authority of God.
    Jim Newberger: Keep God in the public sphere.
    Karin Housley: Traditional homespun values keep her honest and guilt free.
Social Security
    Paula Overby: We need a safe way to save for retirement.
    Jim Newberger: Don't privatize Social Security.
    Jim Newberger: Social Security must be protected.
Tax Reform
    Paula Overby: Wealth does not trickle down.
    Jim Newberger: Opposes higher taxes on the wealthy.
    Jim Newberger: Simplify our tax code; the IRS has become too powerful.
    Karin Housley: Supporter of Trump tax reform bill; jobs are being created.
    Karin Housley: Economy will boom with more tax reform and deregulations.
War & Peace
    Paula Overby: I support the Powell doctrine, not foreign entanglements.
    Jim Newberger: Avoid foreign entanglements.


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  • Jim Newberger Republican candidate for Minnesota U. S. Senator Minnesota
  • Karin Housley Republican candidate for Minnesota U.S. Senator Minnesota
  • Paula Overby
  • Tina Smith Minnesota Democratic Minnesota Lieutenant Governor

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