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Nicole Beaulieu

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Leech Lake Band

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Leech Lake Band

190 Sailstar Drive Nw

Cass Lake, Minnesota,56633

United States

Company Description

The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe Tribal Police Department is committed to a Loyal Partnership of Public Service, the prevention of crime and the preservation of the peace, safety and order within the Leech Lake Reservation. We are committed to fostering an atmo...more

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thecirclenews.org

Among the candidates is Nicole Beaulieu, a 23-year-old member of the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe.
She's challenging state Rep. "There's a huge gap from the poor people and the people up here that have all the cash and all the money and all the clout, political clout," Beaulieu said. "And that really needs to be changed." Beaulieu has teamed up with Red Lake Band member Greg Paquin, who is running against State Sen. But Beaulieu and Paquin are challenging DFL incumbents. Beaulieu said the DFL takes Native American voters for granted. "They take our votes and they forget us after Election Day," she said. ... "That's why we started this Warriors for Justice. Because we can take this Native American vote and everybody who feels neglected from the DFL party, and we can put it towards a candidate and a party that's going to actually represent the hardworking people." It doesn't appear Beaulieu and Paquin are drawing large support from the Native American community.


politicsinminnesota.com

Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji, beat Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe member Nicole Beaulieu.


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