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WASHINGTON - Congressmen Jim Hagedorn (MN-01), Tom Emmer (MN-06) and Pete Stauber (MN-08) sent a letter today to President Donald Trump and Speaker Nancy Pelosi urging expeditious passage for the United States-Mexico-Canada-Agreement (USMCA), a trade pact that will expand Minnesota’s economy.
June 3, 2019
By: Brooke Wohlrabe, Staff Writer
AUSTIN, Minn. – The Office of Rep. Jim Hagedorn (MN-01) announces the student winner for the annual Congressional Art Competition. Tyler Quitmeyer of Austin won with a colored pencil portrait titled, “All American.” Quitmeyer’s artwork depicts a portrait of a man wearing a denim jacket with pins representing each state in the nation. Quitmeyer is a senior at Austin Senior High. His art teacher is Jake Levisen.
WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Jim Hagedorn (MN-01) participated in his first Minnesota Congressional Delegation Hot Dish Competition. Hagedorn entered Make’n Bacon Great Again Hot Dish, which features two pounds of bacon and half a pound of pork sausage. A melty concoction of cheese, tater tots and pork, Make’n Bacon Great Again is hot dish comfort food at its finest.
Hagedorn donned a “Bacon Capital of the USA” apron for the competition. Martin County claims the title of “Bacon Capital of the USA” as it is the number one pork-producing county in Minnesota.
WASHINGTON – The Office of Rep. Jim Hagedorn (MN-01) is currently accepting submissions for the 2019 Congressional Art Competition from high school students in Minnesota’s First Congressional District. The winning submission will hang in the U.S. Capitol Complex for a year and the winner will earn a trip to Washington for an awards ceremony.
Students across the country submit entries to their representative’s office, and a panel of district artists selects the winning entry.