Photo of Tony at La Familia, at the Wellstone Center last week:
The Hernandez Campaign held a flash demonstration over I94 in Saint Paul today:
A group of Tony’s supporters stood on the footbridge over I94 for about an hour during rush hour on Tuesday to get the word out; Tony’s in the primary on Tuesday!
Watch for the Hernandez campaign out again, soon, around the Fourth CD!
The Hernandez for Congress campaign would like to thank this week’s Volunteer of the Week, Selena Hernandez!
Selena helped the campaign by handing out candy at the Slice of Shoreview. This outgoing, hard-working, and wonderful young lady was instrumental in helping the people of Shoreview get to know Tony Hernandez. With volunteers like Selena, Tony’s message will be carried far and wide.
Thank you, Selena, for everything you’ve done for Tony and the campaign!
The Hernandez for Congress campaign marched in the Rice Street parade last week.
It kicked off what was a very busy weekend for the campaign. More tomorrow!
The campaign looks forward to meeting you at an event near you!
The Hernandez for Congress campaign had a large contingent in the Rondo Days parade on Saturday on Old Rondo Avenue (Concordia Street) in Saint Paul.
The Hernandez for Congress campaign worked the beer tent at Highlandfest, in Highland Park in Saint Paul, last night.
“We had a great crowd”, said Hernandez, the GOP-endorsed candidate for Minnesota’s Fourth congressional district.
Tony Hernandez spoke to a standing-room-only crowd at “Ignite the Right”, a Tea Party event in Shoreview, on Thursday night.
Tony appeared with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and Senate candidate Kurt Bills.
Sue Jeffers, GOP candidate for the Ramsey County Commission (District 2) also got the crowd whipped up.
Tony was introduced by his wife, Leona Hernandez:
Last night was the Tony Hernandez “Taco Party” fundraiser, in Merriam Park in St. Paul.
The crowd was unexpectedly large – Mr. Hernandez’ father had to go pick up more beef!
There was quite a crowd on the back porch – which doubled as the serving line and the stage:
Ramsey County Commission candidate Sue Jeffers joined the party, speaking first…
…followed by Senate candidate Kurt Bills.
Then, Hernandez spoke for about five minutes – on his themes of hard work and getting government off the back of the private sector.
Stay tuned for more!