“For the last 29 years, voters across Minnesota have observed two different Collin Petersons – liberal Collin Peterson from DC and the pretend moderate Collin Peterson from Detroit Lakes.
“Congressman Peterson likes to tell Minnesota voters that he’s still the old Collin Peterson who only voted with Nancy Pelosi 58% of the time but that just isn’t the case anymore. Today, voters in Minnesota are faced with just how out of touch Peterson is now that he is voting with Nancy Pelosi 82% of the time and joining his radical, far-left colleagues like Ilhan Omar in the Democrat-led house.
“Today, Peterson joins Michelle Fischbach for a debate on WCCO radio, and one can only guess what Collin Peterson we will see. We can expect he will attempt to tout his “moderate” views, but after nearly 30 years in office, its clear Peterson can talk the talk, but his votes show he doesn’t walk the walk. Fischbach, on the other hand, has a proven record of fighting for Minnesota families and farmers, defending the unborn, and upholding the Constitution and the rule of law.
“On November 3rd, voters in Minnesota’s Seventh Congressional District will see through Peterson’s empty promises and elect Michelle Fischbach to represent them in Congress.”
For Immediate Release
September 10, 2020
Contact: Jack Tomczak
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – Republican Party of Minnesota Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan released the following statement