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Negotiate, not fight
John Jasinski is running for Senate and his timing couldn’t be better. John has years of experience negotiating contracts and resolutions as a commercial real estate broker, as a member of the City Council of Faribault and as a 2-term voting mayor.
John knows that his opponent’s attempt to “fight” for a voice for us here in District 24 has not worked, as evidenced by the 2016 legislative session ending in gridlock with no bonding bill passed. “Fighting” hasn’t worked to bring opposing sides together. “Fighting” causes division.
What we need is a negotiator who is willing to listen to both sides and help parties come to a consensus. John is eager to put his skills to work to bring bipartisan representation to the table and negotiate a resolution that both sides can agree to and get the job done.
I hope you agree that we need a change in leadership for Minnesota Senate District 24. John is eager to get us funding to FINISH Highway 14 without placing a 5 to 12 cent tax increase on the backs of hardworking Minnesota wage earners.
I am confident that with John’s business background and proven leadership, he will also work hard to make healthcare costs affordable. We need to elect John Jasinski as our next Senator on November 8.
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To the editor:
We all know that our current local, state and federal systems of government are far from being productive to the point of total, all out dysfunctionality.
When a highly successful businessman wants to become a change agent for the positive at the Minnesota Senate, I take notice. Minnesota’s governing system is broken and, worse yet, few in St. Paul are even interested in becoming in tune with how government can add value to the private sector and not the other way around.
John Jasinski is, in fact, that change agent the state of Minnesota needs coming from a businessman that truly gets it.
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To the editor:
Here are a few reasons John Jasinski needs to be our next state senator from Faribault. John has worked tirelessly first on the Planning Commission, then as a City Council person and now finishing up his second term as mayor.
John is keenly aware that economic development is the backbone to keeping cities competitive and providing jobs for working families so they can enjoy the quality of life we as Minnesotans have come to expect. He has worked in a nonpartisan fashion to get projects done to completion. John brings opposing parties to the table and negotiates resolutions that both sides can be satisfied with. He has the congenial personality that makes people want to work together on his team to find solutions, not excuses.
Thanks, John, for choosing to serve the people here in Faribault and now moving forward to serve our district in the Minnesota Senate so that rural communities are not forgotten in St. Paul. When we came to Faribault five years ago, John could not have been more supportive and helpful in our efforts. It was clear he was a leader who cared deeply about his community and about finding solutions. He is a man of his word and always willing to help.
Unfortunately, I am not a resident and will be unable to vote for this outstanding candidate, but what I can do is strongly encourage you to vote for John Jasinski for Senate on Nov. 8.
Partner – Faribault Woolen Mills
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