North metro cities choosing leaders

  • Article by: MARIA ELENA BACA and PAUL LEVY , Star Tribune s taff w riters
  • Updated: October 16, 2012 - 10:26 AM

This year's election could bring change to Ramsey and East Bethel.

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dzirbelOct. 17, 12 5:47 PM

Well that's just a little biased in regards to your representation of the candidates for Ramsey Mayor. Do you know that Bob Ramsey is a Gulf War Veteran? Do you acknowledge how many years he was in business? NO. Seriously disappointing journalism on your part.

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modesto2012Oct. 18, 12 8:50 AM

The one thing they got right is that their is differences between Ramsey and Strommen. Strommen comes from an academia background where she has learned that individual liberty is not ok because individuals may not agree with her vision of society; a vision that trumps individuals rights of property owners. Sarah has repeatedly voted in favor of more government over the rights of people. She works for an organization that works to outlaw campfires in cities and she would do the same in Ramsey. She has already stated that she would DOUBLE the size of the city's administration creating a higher levy and, undoubtedly, more laws that WILL take away property rights. Bob Ramsey, on the other hand, believes in limited government, less regulation, an efficient staff, and YOUR RIGHTS.

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