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PETE STAUBER

Until redistricting, she was the first and only DFLer this election cycle to challenge U.S. Rep. Pete Stauber.
One will run in the 8th while the other has suspended his campaign to think about it.
He filed his statement of candidacy for 2022 in July.
In November, Chisholm resident Theresa Lastovich made her candidacy official with the Federal Election Commission.

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President Joe Biden on Thursday, Sept. 9, announced that the federal government will now require employees at all large businesses in the country to be inoculated with the COVID-19 vaccine, or subject to weekly testing.
U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar is making her final pitch to President Joe Biden to revoke the permits for Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline replacement project, set to begin moving oil as soon as this year.
Democrats and Republicans split on the Biden Administration's response and called for help to safely evacuate U.S. citizens and allies.
After news broke this week, the congressman's campaign office condemned Anton Lazzaro's alleged actions: "Pete is disgusted with this news."
A piece of legislation from Rep. Pete Stauber, MN-8 that would form an FAA taskforce to review the efficiencies of a system that alerts pilots of hazards passed the U.S. House of Representatives this week.
While the 8th District representative claimed Biden policies were to blame for an influx of minors at the border, the state DFL chairman countered that Stauber and the GOP offer no solutions, only chaos.

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Thousands stormed the Capitol that day. Their obvious goal was to overturn the 2020 election, which saw Joe Biden defeat Donald Trump, who then and now says he won re-election, despite no credible evidence to back it. Numerous judges have ruled against the claims.
Industry leaders in Staples, Minn., said they need help, but they also have ideas and partnerships ready for the workforce programs to develop.
Some 20 panelists participated, both in-person and virtually, Tuesday morning in a roundtable discussion in the historic Backus Community Center. U.S. Reps. Michelle Fischbach and Pete Stauber, both R-Minn., hosted the roundtable to learn about the impact the border closure has had on the communities they represent.

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