Community Solutions MN- What Happens When Nobody Votes

October 5, 2017 at 2:47 am 1 comment

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This show may be about Golden Valley, MN, but indirectly it is also about your city. You see… your city or school board elections might have terrible turnout. That allows them, in a way, to do what they want to with little accountability. They know people won’t mobilize to vote them out. This is the tale of such a city, and there are many like them. Maybe your city has great turnout, but the city council still does crazy things like assembling “green” task forces to justify what they want to do, implementing life cycle housing without market demand, or creating mixed used development where it doesn’t belong. Either way, this podcast is for you, as we hope to open your eyes and give you some ideas to beat back the barbarians at the gate.


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  • 1. IrregularAndy  |  November 7, 2017 at 12:08 am

    Hi guys, you made some good points about Golden Valley government in this episode. One thing though, I’m actually not endorsed by the Green Party or any political party this year. I do believe Cannabis is a City Council issue, especially once it’s legalized in Minnesota, but that’s not my only issue. Election reform is my main concern which it sounds like we agree on overall. Thanks for trying to bring out more voters.
    -Andy Schuler


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