Guess who’s winning that battle for influence?
Consistency Around the State?
Sarah Stultz with The Albert Lea Tribune reports on what Reps. Kurt Zellers and Rich Murray have been hearing from constituents while touring the state:
Zellers said he appreciates the governor putting together a timeline for the issue — as it has brought out numerous proposals — but he opposes a special session so quickly because he said he doesn’t think that gives enough time for lawmakers and the public to review the plans.
He and District 27A Rep. Rich Murray, who came along for the interview at the Tribune, said three out of 10 questions they have been getting from constituents in the last couple weeks have been about the Vikings stadium.
And three out of four of those people are saying not to use state government dollars, Murray noted.
Have Vikings season ticket holders gotten serious about pooling their money to help Zygi Wilf increase the profit margins of his NFL franchise yet? Working together, they can save the Vikes.