State Senate District 064
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Sharon Anderson (R)
Richard J. Cohen (DFL) NO RESPONSE
Scott Larson (None)
- Biographical Information
- EducationRichard J. Cohen: Candidate has not responded.Sharon Anderson: HomeTown St.Paul Central Minnesota Homegrown
- OccupationRichard J. Cohen: Candidate has not responded.Sharon Anderson: Retired RealEstateEntreprenuerVA Widow_Whistleblow
- Why are you seeking this office?Richard J. Cohen: Candidate has not responded.Sharon Anderson: http://sharon4anderson.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/judicial-corruption-_sharonscarrellaanderson_lawless-america/(1) Expose Bizzare Committment's, Separate Health Care of alleged Mentally Ill, Close down St.Peter, Brainard Hospitals as ineffective, overly burdensome to the Tax Paying Public. Health,Housing Reforms now that ObamaCare is ObamaTaxes. (2) Expose Judicial Malpractice acting in concort with any/alL Lawyers,ABOLISH SCAP (3) Separation Powers must be enforced with Criminal RICO
- What services should state government provide and how should those services be funded?
- How can Minnesota improve its business climate and create more jobs?
- How would you work to protect Minnesota’s natural resources?
- What is the state’s role in funding education?Richard J. Cohen: Candidate has not responded.Sharon Anderson: Let the State controll Schools take Tax Burden from Homeowners. Disparate Impact Seniors vs. Children. Local Government, Townships,municipalitys are out of control. Spend,Spend,Spend Tax,Tax,Tax Let the Lawyers stand in Food Lines. Schools do not teach the Constitution,Court Access via Electronic Commerce, which must change. Even Lawyers and Judges are NOT LEARNED IN E-COMMERCE. In re Scarrella4Justice221NW2d Sharon denied the Employment contrary MNConstArtIII www.sharon4judge.blogspot.
Scott Larson: B.A. University of Minnesota, School of Journalism-Advertising Concentration, Former Series 7 and 63 Securities Licence
Scott Larson: Business Owner-Financial Services Company, Business Owner-Specialty Advertising Company and Troubled Company Turnaround Specialist
Scott Larson: Democrats and Republicans have caused unacceptable gridlock at the State Capitol while each struggle to gain or maintain majority power. Their partisan politics has prevented important issues from being resolved. As an Independent I do not answer to a Party, only the voters who elect me. When we look back at the last Legislative Session, the House and Senate spent time debating Stadiums and Marriage, Right-to-Work, Photo ID Amendments. I think our priorities are out of order when we need JOBS!
Scott Larson: The state (which must include counties and cities) must protect its citizens with Police and Fire. Education is mandated by the Constitution. Regulating business operations relative to workplace safety, environment and job equality. Building and Planning regulations for livable communities and safety. Safety nets for the elderly, poor and disabled. Our executive, legislative, and judicial systems. Our system of transportation. Our water and sewer infrastructure and regulate utility delivery.
Scott Larson: We MUST have an educated workforce and an environment (livability) that attracts business owners and corporate executives to live and locate their businesses here. We MUST maintain our transportation infrastructure for the movement of goods and services and offer multi-modal public transportation systems to move employees. Business regulation MUST be carefully crafted to not restrict business, but to protect our natural resources, Minnesota IS a national recreation center that we MUST protect
Scott Larson: Minnesota must take critical notice of its natural resources, because a major portion of our state revenue is produced from tourism. Protecting our natural resources is not just ideological, but economic. Leaving our community and state a bit better than we found it, is not just ecologically smart, but financially prudent. Any legislation MUST adhere to this base consideration. We need JOBS, but new jobs cannot create environmental disasters that cost other jobs, there must be balance!
Scott Larson: Our Constitution requires education funding, the Minnesota Supreme Court defined the adequacy requirements in Skeen vs State of Minnesota. We MUST remember that OUR children ARE OUR most precious resource. Schools are our most valuable "laboratories". Our teachers are dedicated, and we MUST let them teach and not over-burden them with requirements and testing. If the measurement is the test, then we cannot complain about teaching to the test. Let the teachers teach and TRUST their evaluations.
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