Few things make me more nerdily happy than when someone fits broadband into their announcement for running for office in Minnesota. The Red Wing Eagle reports…
Lori Ann Clark has announced her candidacy for Minnesota House District 21A. The Cannon Falls business owner will seek the endorsement of the DFL Party at its District 21 convention March 10.
And her take on broadband?
“Communities compete based on the full range of amenities and services we provide. Everything from our roads, housing, childcare, and broadband to our cultural and natural assets affect people’s desire to live, work and play here,” Clark said. “We can and need to do better for those of us who have chosen to live here now and to attract those who will help us succeed in the future.”