A message from Chris
Itís time to return to government Ďof the people, by the people and for the peopleí
We all know the above
phrase from President Lincolnís Gettysburg Address, but when is the last time we felt our government was truly of, by and for us?
Itís still possible to have vital national decisions made that reflect what you and I want Ė in fact, itís necessary now more than
ever. That's why I'm running for the U.S. Senate.
December 6th 9 AM to 12 PM MEET AND GREET at Tobies Lounge, 404 Fire Monument Road, Hinckley,
December 6th 4 PM to 7 PM TACO FUNDRAISER/HQ OPEN HOUSE at Campaign Headquarters, 215 W. Central Ave., Duluth,
December 7th 11 AM to 1 PM MEET AND GREET at Davanni's Pizza & Hot Hoagies, 14125 Minnesota 13, Savage, MN
7th 4 PM to 7 PM TOWN HALL FORUM at Waconia American Legion, 233 S Olive St, Waconia, MN
December 12th 7 AM to
9 AM MEET AND GREET at Seven Elephants Coffee House, 27 7th Avenue N. Saint Cloud, MN
December 14th 11 AM to 1 PM
MEET AND GREET at Casper's Cherokee Sirloin Room, 4625 Nichols Rd, Eagan, MN
December 14th 2 PM to 4 PM MEET AND GREET
at The Eat Shop, 16605 County Rd 2, Plymouth, MN
December 15th 12 PM to 2 PM MEET AND GREET in the Party
Room at Park Tavern 3401 Louisiana Ave. South, St. Louis Park, MN
demonstrated that Iím an
elected leader who can
reign in government
spending. My philosophy is, "you tackle the
federal deficit in the same manner as one eats an elephant Ė one bite at a time." With focus, we will prevail.
Throughout this campaign,
youíre going to hear me talking about a return to Front Porch Leadership. Since the best government is that closest to the people,
the best way to learn what people want is to talk to them. Face to face on front porches, in coffee shops and on Main Street.
what Iíll be doing in every corner of Minnesota during the coming months. I look forward to chatting with you and working hard to
earn your vote.
Paid for by Chris Dahlberg for U.S. Senate
Chris on Front Porch Leadership
Chris speaks about his focus on the issues
Chris discusses his background
As a fourth generation
Minnesotan, Iíve seen
over and over how those of us who live here are in a better position to solve problems
than politicians whoíve become entrenched in Washington, D.C. Too many decisions made in our nationís capital are unfortunately of,
by and for special-interest groups, not us.