Racks up impressive margins throughout District 38A
August 13, 2020
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Blaine, Minnesota – Donald Raleigh, the Republican endorsed candidate for State Representative in House District 38A, scored a decisive win in the Republican primary on Tuesday, August 11, securing 56 percent of the vote in the three-way race. As the Republican nominee, Raleigh goes on to the November election in the race to replace retiring Republican State Representative Linda Runbeck.
“I want to thank the voters of Anoka and Washington counties who took time to vote. I’d also like to thank all the Raleigh volunteers who helped run a true-grass roots campaign that included thousands of door-to-door contacts, phone calls, and one-to-one conversations about our campaign with friends, neighbors and co-workers. Their efforts were the key to our victory,” said Raleigh.
Raleigh won all 16 precincts in the district, which includes southeast Blaine and all of the cities of Centerville, Circle Pines, Lexington and Lino Lakes in Anoka County, and northern Hugo, in Washington County.
“We enjoyed a strong victory on Tuesday, and we’re building our momentum to duplicate our efforts for victory in November,” Raleigh stated. “Our message will continue to be about rebuilding our economy in the wake of COVID-19; providing health care price transparency and protecting employer-provided health insurance from a government takeover; and delivering the leadership and priority-setting needed to help balance the state budget without raising taxes in the face of a $5 billion state budget shortfall,” Raleigh concluded.