• Suzanne and David Elhard

    We tell this story in honor and appreciation: In the 1990's, we were a young, married couple living in a home we bought for our two little girls on a city lot in Bemidji. Our world was turned upside down when the legal description of our property was incorrectly included in a VA foreclosure of our neighbor's place. We attempted to notify the Twin Cities lawyer's office ...

  • John Heverly

    A humble man and an honest pol Extremely rare. Still miss him and his $200 suits and short sleeve shirts.

  • g. william carlson

    My last effort did not work. Cathy and I are members of Wellstone Action. Yesterday I posted a blog about Paul. Thought you might find it interesting.



  • Dave Richard

    The rarest thing in government is a U.S. Senator or Representative who sincerely and selflessly represents the people...Edward Kennedy, Bernie Sanders, Dennis Kucinich...but best of all Paul Wellstone. Because of them I continue to hope that world really can become a better place. When I think of the tragic plane crash I feel a pain deep inside that still brings tears to ...

  • Charles Osborne

    One Candle

    It was a cool and dreary day here in Oregon when I heard of the death of Paul Wellstone. I have never been to Minnesota. I never attended any rally to see him and hear him speak. But I had often heard his messages. Messages of hope not pessimism. Messages of action not whining. Messages I liked but … concepts I seldom put into action. Paul Wellstone ...

  • Grant Schott

    I met Paul at a Bill Bradley rally in Vancouver, WA in 2000 and he gave a great speech and then took the time to talk to volunteers afterward. I met him again in Sept. 2002 at a rally in East Grand Forks, MN, when I was working across the river for Congressman Earl Pomeroy. I remember his wit that didn't always come through in his passionate senate speeches. He recalled ...


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