Tuesday, July 17, 2007

MN job growth twice as strong as the same time last year

Governor Pawlenty has consistently fought against tax increases, and has been steadfast in his insistence on government restraint when it comes to spending.

And the results are undeniable.

Encouraging news on the jobs front for Minnesota.

Minnesota's economy added 4,200 jobs in June, marking improvement in the pace of job growth compared with last year.

The state's economy has added an average of 3,600 jobs per month through the first six months of 2007, better than the 1,700 monthly average for the same period a year ago, according to the Department of Employment and Economic Development.

Since the 2006 elections, conventional wisdom has been that Republicans have lost their brand, especially on issues of spending and morals.

Republicans from sea to sea have a proven example on how to get our brand back with Governor Pawlenty.

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