Until October 2.
Since then, his tweets and Facebook page have been nearly all A Stronger Minnesota, the new political committee that's supposed to be the conservative answer to A Better Minnesota. We count three M4M-related posts out of over fifty tweets and retweets, as well as only A Stronger Minnesota material on his Facebook page.
As screenshot on the right illustrates, Parrish moved from M4M to ASM tweets with the new month.
Likewise, Parrish has disappeared in press accounts of M4M activity that Bluestem has found via Google News and Nexis, though he's there for A Stronger Minnesota. Moreover, eyewitness accounts claim that Parrish wasn't at Teh Gay Will Make Minnesota A Warm Alberta event M4M held Monday night.
Did the deputy director of the group leading the campaign for to amend Minnesota's constitution leave the coalition just shy of a month before the polls open--and while absentee balloting is going on?
If not, has Parrish's consulting fee been reduced? According to the 42nd Day report filed with the state campaign finance board, Parrish was paid $10,000 a month ($5,000) per week by M4M. If his consulting fee has not been reduced, that seems like an awful lot of money for a fellow who's lollygagging on social media to carry almost exclusively about another fund that's involved in four legislative district races while neglecting the battle against cute boys marrying each other.
Especially when the ballot measure is fading in the polls. What's up with that?
Images: Without Andy Parrish to protect the institution, will America see All-Waldo Weddings?(above); A changing of the guard on Parrish's tweeter feed?