Franson, District 11B candidate, endorsed by MCCLMary Franson, Republican candidate for House District 11B, has gained the support of the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) state political action committee (PAC).
Mary Franson, Republican candidate for House District 11B, has gained the support of the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) state political action committee (PAC).
Regarding Franson, MCCL leaders noted, “Our endorsement is based on your 100 percent commitment to the pro-life cause, as evident from your responses, which includes your pledge of support for laws protecting unborn babies and other vulnerable persons.”
“As a mother and a licensed day care provider, the sanctity of life and the protection of the unborn have always been extremely important to me,” said Franson, a resident of Alexandria Township. “I am so excited to have the support of the MCCL state PAC. We share the same pro-life values, and it is fantastic to be on the same team.”
District 11B candidates include DFLer Amy Hunter of Staples and Independence Party candidate Bert Pexsa of Alexandria. The long-time incumbent, Mary Ellen Otremba, DFL-Long Prairie, stepped down from the seat after serving 13 years.
District 11B covers the eastern half of Douglas County and all of Todd County. In Douglas County, the district includes some of Alexandria (parts of wards 1, 2 and 3), the cities of Carlos, Nelson and Osakis, and the townships of Alexandria, Belle River, Carlos, Ida, Miltona, Orange, Osakis and Spruce Hill.