Growing up in Canoe Country of Northern Minnesota has given me a deeply embedded love of wilderness, not to mention nearly five thousand canoeing miles. I am an outdoor enthusiast, enjoying rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and of course wilderness canoeing.
I am a graduate of Hamline University in St. Paul, MN with a degree in International Relations, majoring in Political Science.
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Coalition campaigns and the 2010 race for Minnesota's Governor. Coalition building can either work or fail spectacularly. One particular success was the race for Governor in Minnesota. A broad coalition of Labor, environmental groups, and political organizations participated in the effort to defeat the neofascist Tom Emmer.