August 11, 2008
Dear House Candidate,
I am contacting you to follow a previous letter I sent you about answering
our Minnesota Family Institute’s 2008 Voter’s Guide. MFI is the educational
subsidiary of the Minnesota Family Council. This is an excellent
opportunity for you to share your views with voters in your district.
As you may know, the MFI is Minnesota’s largest non-partisan, pro-family
organization, and our nonpartisan Voter’s Guide will be distributed to
families throughout your district.
Attached you will find a questionnaire asking your position on a wide range
Please fill out the questionnaire, sign it, and return it to MFI as soon as
possible. You can also fax your signed questionnaire to 612.789.8858 to
expedite the process. Any questions not responded to will be listed as “No
Response” in the Voter’s Guide.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me at (612) 600-3136.
Thank you for your participation.
Tom Prichard, President
Minnesota Family Institute
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