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U.S. Senate: Robert Fitzgerald

U.S. Senate candidate Robert Fitzgerald of Rothsay, Minnesota has announced he is seeking the endorsement of the Independence Party of Minnesota. He was formerly running as an independent. Fitzgerald supports energy sovereignty, a balanced budget, a reduction in the national debt, and a more open government process. He believes government must demonstrate fiscal responsibility and service competency. Fitzgerald believes the Federal government has lost its ability to be flexible and responsive and that state and local governments need to be the vanguard of good government.

Candidate Bio

Robert Fitzgerald
Political affiliation:
Independence Party
December 10, 1976
Married to Carolyn.
Resides in Rothsay, MN.
Former Executive Director Access Television
B.A. University of Minnesota, Morris 2001 M.B.A. University of Mary, Fargo 2005
Major political experience:
Campaign for Senate is first run for elective office.

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