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Support Eric Goodrich for Eagan City Council
$345 raised
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3 Years running
Help Eagan elect a pragmatic, fiscal hawk who will protect property rights, hold government accountable for every tax dollar spent, protect civil liberties from government overreach, and eliminate wasteful spending.

Please help Eagan elect a pragmatic, fiscal hawk who will protect property rights, hold government accountable for every tax dollar spent, protect civil liberties from government overreach, and eliminate wasteful spending.

Eagan is the 8th largest city in the State of Minnesota.  This November, 2 of the cities 4 at-large City Council seats are on the ballot, with an 8-year, and a 12-year incumbent both running for re-election.  

In their time in office, Eagan has lost 150 jobs when Uline left Eagan for Hudson, Wisconsin, and 1000 high-paying jobs when Lockheed Martin closed their Eagan facility.  They have also forced out businesses in the Cedarvale area with eminent domain, so they could later sell the land to a private developer for a new outlet mall, which the City is subsidizing through TIF-financing and building the mall a parking structure for private use.

Eric has strong libertarian leanings, with an emphasis on low taxes, protecting property rights, protecting civil liberties, and reducing the government's footprint on the citizens of Eagan.  This is not the campaign of a lifetime politician, but one of an activist who is seeking to be a conservative voice in his community.  

Every dollar you donate will go towards a website, mailers, lawn signs, and costs associated with the campaign.  As a fiscal hawk, every penny will be spent wisely.


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