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Albert Lea Freeborn Patriot (Newspaper) - September 26, 1934, Albert Lea, Minnesota Freeborn g is Sass a a Hougen Heads Al party Olson group former Polk county Solon sees no Hope for Republican party under its present reactionary leadership urges leaders to support Olson for re election. Former state senator John o. Hougen of Polk county will head the 1934 All party Olson committee senator Hougen has Long been identified with the progressive Wing of he Republican party and was the a \ p. Candidate for lieutenant governor four years ago. Little can be hoped for in the Way of economic or social Relief for the common Folk from the Republican party under its present leadership senator Hougen declared. A for years a said sen. Hougen a Many of us had hoped that the Republican party in Minnesota at least would throw off its reactionary leadership but we have grown wearing of waiting and hoping. As a matter of fact the leadership of the Republican party in our state is today More reactionary than at any time in its history and there seems to be nothing else for the Liberal Republican to do but to turn to governor Floyd b. Olson who by word and act has demonstrated his deep sympathy for and his understanding of the problems of the Farmer and the working Man and woman. A i for one believe that the reelection of Floyd b. Olson is vital to the welfare of the people of this state and i am certain that a great majority of the voters of Minnesota agree with mattresses for the children two More Idle factories in Minnesota have been opened by the Federal government a mattress and a meat Canning factory. The operation of these factories will not in any Way interfere with private business unemployed Are put to work manufacturing products which Are distributed to the needy thereby affording a two fold method of Relief. It was pointed out that the mattress factory is of extreme importance hundreds of Minnesota children Are sleeping upon floors upon dirty old clothes or other unsanitary bedding material All for Lack of the inability of the parents to provide mattress for their children a Beds. The opening of these factories by the government is a huge Lump to Swallow on the part of those who Are opposed to the opening of Idle factories. Of course such persons prefer to uphold the Sanctity of rugged and monopolistic business rather than attend to the welfare of our children. Forward Minnesota cannot afford to Retreat we must continue the March Forward to economic and social improvement fit re elect gov. Floyd b. Olson gov. Olson and the Farmer labor program Are our Means of continuing on the right Road a the Road away from economic enslavement offered by the republicans and their Trust favouring form of government. Vote for Good government re elect gov. Olson and give gov. Olson the proper support by electing for United states senator a Henrik Shipstead for attorney general Harry h. Peterson for Secretary of state k. K. Solberg for h j Almah Petersen for state treasurer a. H. Kleffman for state auditor John t. Lyons for Railroad and warehouse commissioner Charles Munn vote Farmer Labo nov. 6th Russell o. Gunderson for clerk of supreme court for Congress 1st Baudle for state legislature j. S. Mccormack senator Arnold Plessy representative for state supreme court chief Justice John p. Devaney associate Justice William a. Anderson Julius j. Olson prepared and inserted by Emil l. Regnier Farmer labor Campaign mgr., 214 Hamm building St. Paul Minn

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