Buried in Zach Kayser's story in the Brainerd Dispatch, Mills talks Orlando shooting during campaign kickoff for legislators, we read this gem:
Gazelka [R-Nisswa] talked about the Republican ideal of free enterprise. He also touched on the presidential election. Gazelka, who served as a state co-chair of the Ted Cruz campaign during the Republican primary, said he would vote for Donald Trump although he never actually said Trump's name in his remarks.
"I want somebody that at least says they're pro-life, at least says that they're going to appoint conservative judges, at least says good things about America and that America can be great, doesn't apologize for America," he said. "There's only one candidate that at least says those things. That's who I'm voting for."
That's a ringing endorsement, for sure. There was also a bake sale auction, Kayser reports.
Photo: Minnesota State Senator Paul Gazelka not saying Trump's name at the Falls Ballroom. Photo by.
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