Republican state Rep. Marty Seifert outlined his “Leadership Plan for Minnesota” at a news conference today. Seifert is one of nine Republicans running for Governor. His plan addressed job growth, health care, K-12, immigration, welfare and ethics. You can listen to the audio from his news conference here:
Seifert’s newser comes one day after GOP state Rep. Paul Kohls held a news conference calling on the rollback of state spending to 2004-2005 levels. Kohls didn’t specify where the cuts would come from. One reason the Republican candidates may be active this week is because there’s a straw poll of GOP activists at the MNGOP state convention on October 3rd.