How they voted: House members on stadium

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  • Updated: May 8, 2012 - 10:37 AM

HOW THEY VOTED

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motomanMay. 8, 12 9:02 AM

Thanks to people like Joyce Peppin who voted No. What happened to people like Ryan Winkler?! He seemed to be opposed, but now he's for the stadium? What and/or who swayed your decision Mr. Winkler? There are a couple people on here that shows no indication of how they voted. To the people that voted yes, YOU ARE ALL SELL-OUTS and don't deserve to be in your positions! Enjoy your ride while you can traitors.

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mcanton1986May. 8, 12 9:34 AM

Thanks to people like Ryan Winkler that had the "guts" to do the right thing. We will pay double ten years from now for an expansion team if we don't do something now! Thanks Mr. Winkler for having the forsight to do the right thing.

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ceeray34May. 8, 1210:27 AM

How much did Zygi pay you to change your vote Rep. Winkler?

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dmb359May. 8, 1210:48 AM

exactly what I was looking for. Now we can see where all the NO votes came from, so we know who to vote out of office at the next election.

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elmi0001May. 8, 1210:52 AM

I'd like to see some of these folks reelected but I won't be voting for them.

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gophermomMay. 8, 1210:55 AM

Winkle changed his vote for JOBS - thousands will be created with this major construction project. Would you like to call each of the workers that will gain employment and drop off of public assistance why you are against this bill?

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Nick93May. 8, 1210:59 AM

It's kind of nice to see representatives not voting on party lines for a change. I do hope we get the stadium too!

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aggie96May. 8, 1211:08 AM

I have a vote in November too. Bye bye Peppin! Good luck in your job hunt.

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greenwasherMay. 8, 1211:10 AM

How does the Eden Prairie rep vote against this? Kirk? You must want a vacant Winter Park, and the money the players and coaches spend living in EP to go away.

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ceegeeMay. 8, 1211:29 AM

Good for all the representatives that voted against this. Helping to pay for professional sports is not a function of state government.

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