KIMT NEWS 3 – It’s a big election year in Minnesota with the Governor’s Office, both US Senators, and all eight US House seats on the November ballot.
One name on the ballot is Bob Anderson, and he’s hoping to represent Minnesota in the US Senate. He calls himself a small businessmen and an outsider, not a politician.
One of his priorities is providing affordable healthcare to Minnesotans.
“We need affordable options that we can buy into in the private sector,” Anderson said, “and I will not accept any private insurance in D.C. that my constituents can’t get. That’s not right. We have to feel the pain also.”
He also said if he’s elected to office, he plans to not take pension and self-impose a limit on how many terms he serves.
“In two years, I’ll have an opportunity to prove to the people of Minnesota I am different,” Anderson said. “I am bringing change and I will get re-elected for a six-year term on my merits, not by spending all this money on flyers and commercials. It’s ridiculous how much money we’re spending in politics on advertising.”