Governing Minnesota: Tim Walz on the past year and the road ahead

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Governing Minnesota: Tim Walz on the past year and the road ahead

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2020-02-21

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Join us for a conversation with Governor Tim Walz as he begins his second year in office. Gov. Walz will reflect on the progress and challenges he has experienced with his agenda so far, as well as lay out his 2020 legislative session priorities for the state. WCCO political reporter Pat Kessler will moderate the conversation. This event will also be live streamed on our YouTube page. Streaming at the link z.umn.edu/Walzlive will begin shortly before the event. Guests will be seated on a first-come, first served basis. Please be sure to arrive early to secure a seat. Tim Walz is the 41st Governor of Minnesota, elected in 2018. Walz served six terms in the U.S. House of Representatives serving Minnesota's First Congressional District. In Congress, Walz served on the Agriculture Committee, Armed Services Committee and Veterans' Affairs Committee. Walz also served on the Congressional-Executive Commission on China. Before his election to Congress, Walz spent 24 years in the Army National Guard and was a teacher and coach at Mankato West High School. Pat Kessler has been covering Minnesota politics for more than 30 years. In 2015, he was honored for lifetime achievement in broadcasting by the Midwest chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Before joining WCCO-TV, Mr. Kessler was a reporter for Minnesota Public Radio and a technical assistant for “A Prairie Home Companion.”

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Walz, Tim; Kessler, Pat. (2020). Governing Minnesota: Tim Walz on the past year and the road ahead. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/214901.

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