Betty McCollum needs to be voted out!!!

If any of this makes you mad, please leave a comment, and let Betty McCollum know how you feel!

30 July 2010

Have I Mentioned Calling Betty McCollum's Office is Useless?

As a constituent of MN CD4, Betty works for me, but calling her office is a painful experience.  I have called a number of times, and each time it feels like they are defensive, and they are very allusive on their answers.  

So I called this morning, and a young intern answered the phone, and I said I have a couple questions for Betty.  He asked what are they.

Me - What is Betty's stance on maintaining Bush's tax cuts?  

Betty's office - I believe she is in favor of letting some expire.   

Me - Let some expire, or all?  

BO - Not sure, I can see if the person who works on that is available.  They aren't available.  

Me - When will they be available?  

BO - I can pass your comments along to Betty.  

Me - Why can't the person who handles the tax cuts for Betty call me back?  Betty will get back to you (I've heard this before, and of all the calls I've made and emails I sent, I have only had one response, a form letter on Obamacare which didn't address the questions I asked).

Me - So I give name, but never got to address as he asked if I had a comment.  

Me - So I said, don't let them expire, keep extending them, as they helped pull us out of possible recession in 2001.  

BO - I believe we are in a recession now (he was in grade school back then by his voice).  

Me - I said tax cuts stimulate.  

BO - Well Betty believes they added 1 trillion to the debt.  

Me - And these stimulus's that haven't work haven't added to it?  Fine, I'm not going to explain economic theory to you (you can't have a serious conversation with a liberal when you have facts...I actually feel sorry for the kid.  Probably right out of college, and he is working in Betty's office getting complaints).

Me - When will Betty finalize the budget?  

BO - It is up in the air.  

Me - What is the Timeline?  

BO - Don't know.  

Me - Will it be done before the election?

BO - Don't know.

Me - Ok, is Betty holding a townhall when home on break?

BO - Don't know, you need to call the local office

Me - Ok, thanks

So I call the local office, and they say they can't answer that, that I need to call the election office 651-603-1505.  I call the election office, and they say to call the district office.  Call back to the district office and get someone else.  

Me - Is Betty is holding any townhalls when she is home on break.  

BO - You need to call campaign office with campaign questions

Me - This isn't a campaign question, I am a constituent, and want to know if Betty plans to meet with constituents when she is home.

BO - I don't know, nothing is planned, but when it is, it will be put out in a press release, and posted on her website.  Do you know her site?

Me - That is how I got your #

BO - Then check there to see when

Me - Can't I call you?  

BO - Yes, but I just gave you the resources

Me - Thanks, but I will call again

This was a real trying experience, and writing it down was even more painful.  You can't get an answer from her team, and they are kind of snarky.  Wonder if that is because they get so many calls that are negative?  I would lean towards getting negative calls, as I haven't heard anyone say anything positive about Betty.  So basically Betty is coming home in a couple days, and has no plans to meet with constituents; the people she works for!!!

Try this yourself, give Betty a call with a couple questions.  Here are some suggestions...

  1. Will Betty meet with constituents when she is home?
  2. Will Betty debate Teresa Collett? (wish I would've asked this one)
  3. Will Betty support extending Bush's tax cuts?
  4. Why did Betty omit "under God" when she led the Pledge of Allegiance?


Ok, this came across on a tweet a couple hours after posting...Betty, please pay attention here, I will let the article explain.  This came from liberty works

Bush Tax Cut Myths and Fallacies (2)

Myth: Reduced tax rates on those earning over $200,000 caused deficits.

The establishment politicians and commentators who make this claim expect you to conclude that the rich paid less income tax after the Bush tax tax rate reductions than before.   This chart, showing the most recent figures available from the IRS tells the truth.
As the chart shows, revenue from the top group was falling each year until the Bush tax cuts were enacted in 2003.  Then revenue increased every year until taxable small business profits were hit by the recession that began in 1988.
If government had collected less tax revenue from “the rich” – mostly small business owners – after the rate reductions they might deserve a share of the blame for deficits.  But in fact, the rich paid more – a lot more.
The establishment elite demonstrate their understanding of the disincentive effect of taxation when they call for taxes on choices and behaviors they dislike.  They advocate:
  • Higher gasoline tax to “nudge” us out of cars and into mass transit;
  • Taxes on sodas and sweets to keep us from getting fat and burdening their government dominated health care “system.”
But those same elites scoff at the obvious disincentives inherent in high income tax rates.   The income tax is a tax on risk-taking, saving, investment, and productive work – all the activities necessary for job creation.
Because higher rates on “the rich,” especially small business owners, discourage work, saving and investing, the people they are designed to target respond by curtailing business activities and thus earning less taxable income.   As a result, higher rates don’t necessarily generate more revenue.  Lower rates are less of a barrier to risk-taking, investment, business expansion and hiring, all the activities that generate more taxable profits.
In fact, as this chart shows, after the tax cuts of 2003 the deficit declined, as the rich paid more income tax.This is not the first time higher income folks paid more income tax after a rate reductions.  During the Reagan Administration there was a series of phased in rate reductions from 1981-83, and another rate reduction in 1986.  The results:
  • In 1980 there were eight tax brackets and the highest was 70%.   People earning more than $200,000 reported a total of $36 Billion in income and paid $19 Billion in tax.
  • In 1988 there were only two tax brackets, 15% and 28%.  The over-$200,000 group reported $353 Billion in income and paid $99.7 Billion in tax.
Over eight years taxable income reported by “the rich” rose 881% and income tax collected from them rose 425%!  But even though the government was the beneficiary of this huge windfall the political-media establishment still promotes the deception that the Reagan tax cuts caused deficits.


27 July 2010

The Video Betty McCollum Doesn't Want You to See!!!

House Session - C-SPAN Video Library

Thanks to another pissed off MN CD 4 voter for finding this and sharing with me. THIS IS THE VIDEO BETTY DOESN'T WANT YOU TO SEE!!! Here it is obvious she intentionally OMITS "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance. At the time, her staffers claimed she took a breath...uhm, yeah that's it. Betty, here is what I think...due to the nature of the Bill before you, that somewhere in your liberal head you did this intentionally to make a point!!! We don't believe you!!!

What is really pathetic about this, is Betty was leading the House in the Pledge of Allegiance, and is a Roman Catholic!!!  This is on CSPAN!!!  It's not like she was at her little desk in the back, or holding Nancy Pelosi's notepad, but she was leading the HOUSE in the Pledge of Allegiance!!!  Free speech is one thing, disrespect to your position, the Flag, God and the American people is another.  Pathetic Betty, absolutely pathetic...Remember in November!!!

Did Betty intentionally omit "under God"? You decide...

If this offends you, or makes you MAD, please email to your friends.  This woman needs to be voted out for multiple reasons.

More to come, stay tuned.

Keep up the work constituents of MNCD4; every bit helps.  From letters to the editor, tweets, facebook, blogs, Collett yard signs, telling your neighbors etc...spread the word on what Betty hasn't done for MNCD4.  

If you are new to this blog, read how Betty McCollum denies God in Congress, supports the terrorist group Hamas and is anti-Israel.  Or just ask yourself, with the recent revelation of voter fraud in St. Paul, why would Betty McCollum deny voter fraud is a problem?  But more importantly, what has Betty done for MNCD4

Remember, if you see me, please honk!

26 July 2010

Betty McCollum Voted Against the Pledge of Allegiance!!!

If you are looking for the video where Betty McCollum omits "under God" while leading Congress, click here to go to the posting

Project Vote Smart - Representative McCollum on HR 2028 - Pledge of Allegiance Protection Bill 

Click to visit bill

Ok, this is one of the most pathetic things I have seen from Betty McCollum. I find this disturbing beyond any reasonable sense of imagination. When I was a young man, I enlisted in the Air Force. I did so out of Patriotism, and the desire to serve my country. Just like those who went before me and those that came after, we all took this oath of enlistment...

I, (name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.

Congress takes an oath of office, which is very similar...

I, Name, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.

Now I have only lived in Betty's district for 2 1/2 years, and this vote took place in her 2nd term, so I am wondering how in the hell this could be overlooked for so long. In Betty's Oath of Office, she swears to defend the constitution; but Betty voted against a bill which could challenge the constitutionality of The Pledge of Allegiance. What kind of American would even consider this? I asked my kids if they said The Pledge of Allegiance everyday, and they said yes; why? I said Betty McCollum, our Representative voted against The Pledge of Allegiance. A look of horror went across my sons face, and he said, "Doesn't she love our country"? Good question son, that is why there is a Teresa Collett sign in the front yard.

As a member of congress, how could one Vote against The Pledge of Allegiance? Why would one even consider it? I belong to a VFW in the district, and I will be sharing this at my post, and will travel to all other posts within the district to let them know how Betty voted on this. If you look at how many co-sponsors are on this bill, it appears over half the House co-sponsored it.

We live in the greatest country in the world, and one of the many things that make this country great is our freedom of speech (like this blog; Betty is working on this blog with me, she provides the material, and I write it. Works out nicely). When I see some clown desecrating the flag or speaking out against our country, I get bent out of shape, but then my gal reminds me I served so that they could have their freedom of speech; she is correct. If you were to ask our men and women serving today in harms way what their thoughts were, they would tell you that they are serving to protect your right to free speech.

Betty was elected to make decision's for MN CD 4 (not by me, but I have to live with it). Betty is supposed to vote what the district wants, but since she doesn't talk to the district, it is hard to believe she knows what the district wants; it appears she votes as to what Betty wants. We are lucky we live in a democracy, because we can PROTECT our country from those that don't hold our interests and values, and VOTE THEM OUT IN NOVEMBER!!! BYE BYE BETTY!!!

Betty McCollum, I know you read this everyday (Thank you...what do you think?); would love to hear from you. You can send me a message on the blog. If you want to post a response, please do, or email it to me, and I will post it. On another note, when will you hold a townhall, or debate Teresa Collett?

Key Vote
Pledge of Allegiance Protection Bill

Key Votes:
HR 2028

Issues: Legal Issues
Date: 09/23/2004
Sponsor: Rep. Akin, W. Todd (R-MO)

Roll no. 467

Bill Passed

How members voted
(247 - 173)

Representative McCollum voted NO
Read statements Representative McCollum made in this general time period.

Project Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that would forbid federal courts and the Supreme Court from hearing cases questioning or interpreting the Pledge of Allegiance and its constitutionality.


-Provides that the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and the District of Columbia Court of Appeals shall be exempted from the provisions of this act (Sec. 2).

Link to Legislation:

House Passage: 09/23/2004 : Bill Passed 247 - 173 (Roll no. 467)

Rep. Akin, W. Todd (R-MO)

Rep. Aderholt, Robert (R-AL)
Rep. Bachus, Spencer (R-AL)
Rep. Baker, Richard Hugh (R-LA) (out of office)
Rep. Ballenger, Cass (-NC) (out of office)
Rep. Barrett, J. Gresham (R-SC)
Rep. Bartlett, Roscoe (R-MD)
Rep. Barton, Joe (R-TX)
Rep. Bass, Charles (R-NH) (out of office)
Rep. Beauprez, Bob (R-CO) (out of office)
Rep. Bereuter, Douglas (-NE) (out of office)
Rep. Biggert, Judy (R-IL)
Rep. Bilirakis, Michael (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Bishop, Rob (R-UT)
Rep. Bishop, Sanford Jr. (D-GA)
Rep. Blackburn, Marsha (R-TN)
Rep. Blunt, Roy (R-MO)
Rep. Boehlert, Sherwood (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Boehner, John (R-OH)
Rep. Bonilla, Henry (R-TX) (out of office)
Rep. Bonner, Josiah Jr. (R-AL)
Rep. Boozman, John (R-AR)
Rep. Bordallo, Madeleine (D-GU)
Rep. Bradley, Jeb (R-NH) (out of office)
Rep. Brady, Kevin (R-TX)
Rep. Brown, Henry Jr. (R-SC)
Rep. Brown-Waite, Virginia (R-FL)
Rep. Burgess, Michael (R-TX)
Rep. Burns, Max (R-GA) (out of office)
Rep. Burr, Richard (R-NC) (out of office)
Rep. Burton, Dan (R-IN)
Rep. Buyer, Stephen (R-IN)
Rep. Calvert, Ken (R-CA)
Rep. Camp, David (R-MI)
Rep. Cannon, Chris (R-UT) (out of office)
Rep. Cantor, Eric (R-VA)
Rep. Capito, Shelley (R-WV)
Rep. Carter, John (R-TX)
Rep. Castle, Michael (R-DE)
Rep. Chocola, Chris (R-IN) (out of office)
Rep. Coble, John (R-NC)
Rep. Cole, Tom (R-OK)
Rep. Collins, Mac (R-GA) (out of office)
Rep. Costello, Jerry (D-IL)
Rep. Cramer, Robert (D-AL) (out of office)
Rep. Crane, Philip (-IL) (out of office)
Rep. Crenshaw, Ander (R-FL)
Rep. Cubin, Barbara (R-WY) (out of office)
Rep. Culberson, John (R-TX)
Rep. Cunningham, Randall (R-CA) (out of office)
Rep. Davis, Jo Ann (R-VA) (out of office)
Rep. Davis, Lincoln (D-TN)
Rep. Davis, Thomas III (R-VA) (out of office)
Rep. DeLay, Thomas (R-TX) (out of office)
Rep. DeMint, Jim (-SC) (out of office)
Rep. Deal, Nathan (R-GA) (out of office)
Rep. Diaz-Balart, Lincoln (R-FL)
Rep. Diaz-Balart, Mario (R-FL)
Rep. Doolittle, John (R-CA) (out of office)
Rep. Duncan, John Jr. (R-TN)
Rep. Dunn, Jennifer (R-WA) (out of office)
Rep. Ehlers, Vernon (R-MI)
Rep. Emerson, Jo Ann (R-MO)
Rep. Everett, Terry (R-AL) (out of office)
Rep. Feeney, Tom (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Ferguson, Michael (R-NJ) (out of office)
Rep. Flake, Jeff (R-AZ)
Rep. Fletcher, Ernest (-KY) (out of office)
Rep. Foley, Mark (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Forbes, James Randy (R-VA)
Rep. Fossella, Vito Jr. (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Franks, Trent (R-AZ)
Rep. Frelinghuysen, Rodney (R-NJ)
Rep. Gallegly, Elton (R-CA)
Rep. Garrett, Scott (R-NJ)
Rep. Gerlach, Jim (R-PA)
Rep. Gibbons, James (R-NV) (out of office)
Rep. Gilchrest, Wayne (R-MD) (out of office)
Rep. Gillmor, Paul (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Gingrey, Phil (R-GA)
Rep. Goode, Virgil Jr. (R-VA) (out of office)
Rep. Goodlatte, Robert (R-VA)
Rep. Gordon, Bart (D-TN)
Rep. Goss, Porter (-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Granger, Kay (R-TX)
Rep. Graves, Samuel (R-MO)
Rep. Green, Raymond (D-TX)
Rep. Gutknecht, Gilbert (R-MN) (out of office)
Rep. Hall, Ralph (R-TX)
Rep. Harris, Katherine (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Hart, Melissa (R-PA) (out of office)
Rep. Hastert, J. Dennis (R-IL) (out of office)
Rep. Hastings, Doc (R-WA)
Rep. Hayes, Robert (R-NC) (out of office)
Rep. Hayworth, John Jr. (R-AZ) (out of office)
Rep. Hefley, Joel (R-CO) (out of office)
Rep. Hensarling, Jeb (R-TX)
Rep. Herger, Walter Jr. (R-CA)
Rep. Hobson, David Lee (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Hoekstra, Peter (R-MI)
Rep. Hostettler, John Nathan (R-IN) (out of office)
Rep. Houghton, Amory Jr. (-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Hulshof, Kenny (R-MO) (out of office)
Rep. Hunter, Duncan (R-CA) (out of office)
Rep. Hyde, Henry (R-IL) (out of office)
Rep. Isakson, John (-GA) (out of office)
Rep. Issa, Darrell (R-CA)
Rep. Istook, Ernest Jr. (R-OK) (out of office)
Rep. Janklow, William (-SD) (out of office)
Rep. Jenkins, William Lewis (R-TN) (out of office)
Rep. Johnson, Nancy (R-CT) (out of office)
Rep. Johnson, Samuel (R-TX)
Rep. Jones, Walter Jr. (R-NC)
Rep. Keller, Ric (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Kelly, Sue (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Kennedy, Mark (R-MN) (out of office)
Rep. King, Peter (R-NY)
Rep. King, Steve (R-IA)
Rep. Kingston, Jack (R-GA)
Rep. Kirk, Mark (R-IL)
Rep. Kline, John (R-MN)
Rep. Knollenberg, Joseph (R-MI) (out of office)
Rep. Kolbe, James (R-AZ) (out of office)
Rep. LaHood, Ray (R-IL) (out of office)
Rep. LaTourette, Steven (R-OH)
Rep. Latham, Thomas (R-IA)
Rep. Leach, James (R-IA) (out of office)
Rep. Lewis, Ron (R-KY) (out of office)
Rep. Linder, John (R-GA)
Rep. LoBiondo, Frank (R-NJ)
Rep. Lucas, Frank (R-OK)
Rep. Manzullo, Donald (R-IL)
Rep. McCotter, Thaddeus (R-MI)
Rep. McCrery, James III (R-LA) (out of office)
Rep. McHugh, John (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. McInnis, Scott (-CO) (out of office)
Rep. McIntyre, Douglas (D-NC)
Rep. McKeon, Howard (R-CA)
Rep. Mica, John (R-FL)
Rep. Miller, Candice (R-MI)
Rep. Miller, Gary (R-CA)
Rep. Miller, Jeff (R-FL)
Rep. Murphy, Tim (R-PA)
Rep. Musgrave, Marilyn (R-CO) (out of office)
Rep. Myrick, Suellen (R-NC)
Rep. Nethercutt, George Jr. (R-WA) (out of office)
Rep. Neugebauer, Randy (R-TX)
Rep. Ney, Robert William (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Northup, Anne (R-KY) (out of office)
Rep. Norwood, Charles Jr. (R-GA) (out of office)
Rep. Nunes, Devin (R-CA)
Rep. Nussle, James (R-IA) (out of office)
Rep. Osborne, Thomas William (R-NE) (out of office)
Rep. Ose, Doug (-CA) (out of office)
Rep. Otter, Clement (R-ID) (out of office)
Rep. Paul, Ronald (R-TX)
Rep. Pearce, Stevan (R-NM) (out of office)
Rep. Pence, Mike (R-IN)
Rep. Peterson, John (R-PA) (out of office)
Rep. Pickering, Charles Jr. (R-MS) (out of office)
Rep. Pitts, Joseph (R-PA)
Rep. Platts, Todd (R-PA)
Rep. Pombo, Richard (R-CA) (out of office)
Rep. Porter, Jon Sr. (R-NV) (out of office)
Rep. Portman, Robert (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Pryce, Deborah (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Putnam, Adam (R-FL)
Rep. Quinn, Jack (-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Radanovich, George (R-CA)
Rep. Rahall, Nick II (D-WV)
Rep. Ramstad, James (R-MN) (out of office)
Rep. Regula, Ralph (R-OH) (out of office)
Rep. Rehberg, Dennis (R-MT)
Rep. Renzi, Richard (R-AZ) (out of office)
Rep. Reynolds, Thomas (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Rogers, Harold (R-KY)
Rep. Rogers, Michael (R-AL)
Rep. Rogers, Mike (R-MI)
Rep. Rohrabacher, Dana (R-CA)
Rep. Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana (R-FL)
Rep. Ryan, Paul (R-WI)
Rep. Ryun, Jim (R-KS) (out of office)
Rep. Saxton, H. James (R-NJ) (out of office)
Rep. Schrock, Edward (-VA) (out of office)
Rep. Sessions, Peter (R-TX)
Rep. Shadegg, John (R-AZ)
Rep. Shaw, E. Clay Jr. (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Sherwood, Donald (R-PA) (out of office)
Rep. Shimkus, John (R-IL)
Rep. Shuster, Bill (R-PA)
Rep. Simmons, Robert Ruhl (R-CT) (out of office)
Rep. Simpson, Michael (R-ID)
Rep. Skelton, Ike (D-MO)
Rep. Smith, Christopher (R-NJ)
Rep. Smith, Lamar (R-TX)
Rep. Smith, Nick (-MI) (out of office)
Rep. Souder, Mark (R-IN) (out of office)
Rep. Stearns, Clifford (R-FL)
Rep. Sullivan, John (R-OK)
Rep. Sweeney, John (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Tancredo, Tom (R-CO) (out of office)
Rep. Tauzin, William (-LA) (out of office)
Rep. Taylor, Charles (R-NC) (out of office)
Rep. Taylor, Gene (D-MS)
Rep. Terry, Lee (R-NE)
Rep. Thornberry, William (R-TX)
Rep. Tiahrt, Todd (R-KS)
Rep. Tiberi, Patrick (R-OH)
Rep. Toomey, Patrick (R-PA) (out of office)
Rep. Turner, James (-TX) (out of office)
Rep. Turner, Michael (R-OH)
Rep. Upton, Frederick (R-MI)
Rep. Vitter, David (R-LA) (out of office)
Rep. Walden, Greg (R-OR)
Rep. Walsh, James (R-NY) (out of office)
Rep. Wamp, Zach (R-TN)
Rep. Weldon, David (R-FL) (out of office)
Rep. Weldon, W. Curtis (R-PA) (out of office)
Rep. Weller, Gerald (R-IL) (out of office)
Rep. Whitfield, Edward (R-KY)
Rep. Wicker, Roger (R-MS) (out of office)
Rep. Wilson, Addison Sr. (R-SC)
Rep. Wilson, Heather (R-NM) (out of office)
Rep. Wolf, Frank (R-VA)
Rep. Young, C. W. Bill (R-FL)
Rep. Young, Donald (R-AK)

25 July 2010

Betty McCollum Votes Against $100 Million a Year in Savings!!!

If you haven't heard of Youcut, it is a cool concept put together by Eric Cantor. Each week they put together several budget saving ideas, and put them on their website for the public to vote on. This weeks cut was to stop subsidizing sleeping cars on Amtrak, which would save $100 million a year. No surprise that Betty McCollum voted against it, since she just had Nancy Pelosi in town to celebrate the money given to the train station in St. Paul. So while Nancy's lapdog Betty goes on about how the train station creates jobs, we the taxpayers will still subsidize Amtrak. Duh, that makes sense!!!  Guess Betty McCollum isn't interested in saving taxpayers $100M a year.

Click here for full rollcall; Minnesotan's are listed below.

Prohibit "First-Class" Subsidies on Amtrak
Potential savings of $1.2 billion over ten years
While only 16 percent of Amtrak long-distance passengers opt for "sleeper class" travel, as opposed to coach class, federal taxpayers provide substantial extra subsidies for this first class travel. Passengers in long-distance first class travel are provided a sleeping room, many with a private toilet and shower, turn-down service, and complimentary entertainment and pre-paid food. Yet, Amtrak loses more than twice as much per passenger (an average of $396) for first class service as compared to coach class service. These losses are made up by taxpayers. This proposal would eliminate subsidies for first-class service and require Amtrak to provide any first class service at cost.
The Up-Or-Down Vote On This Cut

Each week, the public votes on one of five wasteful spending items, then the House votes on the item chosen by the people. You told Washington where you stood, here is how your Representatives in Washington stood.

Rep. Michele Bachmann
Minnesota - 6

Rep. Keith Ellison
Minnesota - 5

Rep. John Kline
Minnesota - 2

Rep. Betty McCollum
Minnesota - 4

Rep. James L. Oberstar
Minnesota - 8

Rep. Erik Paulsen
Minnesota - 3

Rep. Collin C. Peterson
Minnesota - 7

Rep. Timothy J. Walz
Minnesota - 1