Mollie Hemingway wows crowd at Fall Briefing 2021
“If questioning the results of a presidential election were a crime — as many people have argued in the wake of last year’s election — then much of the country,…
Center of the American Experiment next year will unveil a project designed to attract more effective participation from conservative leaders and activists in Greater Minnesota. Center President John Hinderaker and Chairman Ron Eibensteiner have begun a series of listening sessions to determine how the Center’s policy proposals and other activities can gather significant input from conservative leaders and activists statewide. “Almost nothing we do affects only the Twin Cities metropolitan market,” Eibensteiner said. “Statewide policies are always stronger when we bridge the interests of all the regional powers.”
They recently met with leaders in Rochester.