Minnesota Governor 2014
"The Leslie Davis Show"
webstreamed every Tues. 7pm, Wed. 8am
www.mtn.org Ch. 16
was running for Governor in the 8/12 DFL primary
against incumbent Governor Mark Dayton.
This brilliant strategy for Leslie to run against Dayton
was suggested by political strategist Dick Franson.
Mr. Franson thought that Leslie's issues were more in
line with the DFL and by joining the DFL he
could showcase his issues, and himself.
Leslie joined the DFL and was warmly welcomed by
DFL Chairman Ken Martin at a meeting in his office.
The "MINNESOTA MEDIA SCUM" knew Leslie
very well for his decades of work as the founder
and president of the Earth Protectors.
Yet they blacked him out so the public wouldn't
know he was running.
They did this to give Dayton a free ride
through the August 12th primary.
Leslie Davis issues:
*Hold the line on taxes.
*The 'Money Plan' to build & maintain
roads and bridges with no taxing or borrowing.
*End vehicle fuel, axle and sales taxes.
*Stop mandatory water fluoridation.
*Soda machines and wheat out of schools.
*Prevent sulfide mining in Minnesota.
*Gift $4,000 to each college student from SBI funds.
*Energy conservation/efficiency program for buildings
to save billions, reduce pollution, and create jobs.
*Water Plan to sell public water for $400 million.
*Legalize cannabis and hemp for new industries.
*Create 200,000 jobs.
The media knew that Leslie's enthusiasm, decades
of great environmental work, and his real-world
work experience, could defeat Dayton.
So they blacked him out.
The Star Tribune's,
Helgeson, Condon, Berger, Lopez,
Associated Press Bakst and Glass, and others,
conspired to blackout Leslie Davis for Governor.
By not reporting that Leslie Davis
was running for Governor against Mark Dayton
MINNESOTA MEDIA SCUM
RIGGED THE 8/12 DFL PRIMARY.
"MINNESOTA MEDIA SCUM"
ASSOCIATED PRESS (AP) - Brian Bakst, Doug Glass, Jeff Baenen
STAR TRIBUNE - Glen Taylor, Rene Sanchez, Randy Furst, Patricia Lopez, Patrick Condon,
Rachel Berger, Baird Helgeson, Suki Daradarian, Scott Gillespie, Steve Yaeger, Neal St. Anthony
WCCO-TV (4) CBS - Esme Murphy, Pat Kessler, Mike Caputa
KSTP-TV (5) - Tom Hauser, Lindsay Radford, Tim Sherno, Stanley Hubbard
KMSP-TV (9) - Rob Olson, Tom Lyden, Jeff Ballion. Alix Kendall
KARE-TV (11) - John Simon, John Croman, Allen Constantini, Diana Pierce, Julie Nelson
Randy Shaver, Kim Insley
TPT-TV (2) - Jim Pagliarini, Terry O'Reilly, Jim Scheibel, R. Kirk Weidner, Mary Lahammer
TPT-TV ALMANAC (2) - Cathy Wurzer, Eric Eskola
UPTAKE - Jason Barnett, Nick Coleman, H Lee, Michael McIntee
CBS RADIO - Dan Mason, Scott Herman
KFAI RADIO - Dale Connelly, Willie Dean, Miguel Vargas
KQRS RADIO - Tom Barnyard (Minnesota Nice - dirty mouth bigot)
MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO (MPR) - Mike Edgerly, Eric Ringham, Jon Gordon, David Kansas, Euan Kerr, Meg Martin, Kerri Miller, Steve Nelson, Michael Nelson, Lisa Radzak, Rariset Rodriguez, Tom Scheck,
Kate Smith, Tim Pugmire
MINNESOTA NEWS NETWORK - Bill Werner, Annette Weston, Dennis Mellott, Penny Meier
WCCO-AM RADIO (CBS) - Esme Murphy, Daphne Adato, Adam Carter, Susie Jones, Laura Oaks
ABC NEWSPAPERS - Tom Murray, Mandy Froemming, Eric Hagen
CAPITOL REPORT, POLITICS IN MINNESOTA, DOLAN COMPANY - Al Fratura, Mike Mosedale,
Mike Mullen, Lindsey Johnson, David Bohlander, Renee jackson, Mark McEachen
CITY PAGES - Pete Kotz, Hannah Sayle, Aaron Rupar, Jesse Marx
ECM PUBLISHERS & ECM-SUN GROUP, LLC - Marge Winkelman, Joseph Palmersheim, Lisa Kaczke
FORUM COMMUNICATIONS - Don Davis
INSIGHT NEWS - Al McFarlane
JOURNAL - Sarah McKenzie, Chris Damlo
MANKATOFREE PRESS - Jim Santori, Joe Spear, Mark Fischenich
MINNPOST - Brianna Bierschbach, Cyndy Brucato, Doug Grow, Joel Kramer, Susan Albright
MINNESOTA DAILY - Andreas M. Quinn, Alex King, Cody Nelson, M. Cummings, Ronald Dixon,
Jessica Lee, Emma Marie Nelson, Eric Best
MINNESOTA SPOKESMAN-RECORDER - Vickie Evans-Nash, Jerry Freeman, Don Allen
NORTH NEWS - Margo Ashmore
NORTHEASTER NEWS - Margo Ashmore
PIONEER PRESS - Bill Salisbury - gathering the names of the SCUM managment
POLITICS IN MINNESOTA– SEE CAPITOL REPORT AND DOLAN COMPANY
ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN - Randy Chapman, Jay Furst
SOUTHSIDE PRIDE - Ed Feline
ST. CLOUD TIMES - Mark Sommerhauser, John Bodette, Sue Halena, Mike Knaak, Gannett Corp.
TWIN CITIES DAILY PLANET - Mary Turck (retired), Jeremy Iggers, Kristoffer Tigue
Earth Protector Founder
Smart - Trained - Experienced - Ready
1955-1957 U.S. Army
1957-1982 sales and marketing
1982-2014 president, Earth Protector®/Companies
Gregory K. Soderberg is Leslie's running mate.
Gregory is an Austin, Minnesota native, Purple Heart
combat Marine, sales and marketing professional,
conservationist, and money expert.
Greg will help implement the 'Money Plan'.
Greg is wonderful man, an American patriot, and the
greatest candidate to ever run for Lt. Governor in the
history of Minnesota.
Our 2 most serious problems are
DEBT and OBESITY.
1. Reduce debt:
A. Using the ‘Money Plan’ we will build and maintain
all our roads and bridges without taxing or borrowing.
B. End the vehicle fuel, axle, and sales taxes.
2. Reduce obesity:
Eliminate high fructose corn syrup and wheat
in schools and government funded facilities.
We would also like to:
Legalize Cannabis for economic development (food, fiber and medicine). Create new industries and thousands of jobs.
Release non-violent drug prisoners into a mentoring program that will provide training and jobs. Especially long-haul truck drivers.
Stop mandatory water fluoridation to prevent fluorosis and brain calcification.
Help building owners install modern motors, HVAC systems, lighting, insulation, and glazing. Save money and create jobs.
Train 1,000 dental hygienists and technicians.
Gift $4,000 to each student attending college or its equivalent.
Prevent dentists from discharging mercury into sewers.
Advise about dangers from cell phones and other Electro Magnetic Frequencies (EMF).
Educate about new asthma and cancer treatments.
Leslie Davis 612-529-5253 Greg Soderberg 507-440-1015