From AJ Kern

Dear Friends,

I’m asking for your vote!!  You may also vote early!  I did!!

Anyone with an ‘R’ behind their name in the conservative Sixth Congressional District will win in the General Election in November. 

It’s the Primary election that is key to WHO represents you… the Deputy Chair of a D.C. private organization who partners with Democrats Ellison & Klobuchar to funnel tax dollars out of the state… or a Grassroots Conservative.

Please visit my blog: AJ KERN FOR CONGRESS



You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office. If you are not registered, you can do so in person if you show proof of residence.


All voters have at least one location where they can vote early in person with an absentee ballot. Depending on where you live, there may be additional locations.

  1. You can vote in person at your county election office.
  2. In addition to your county election office, some cities and towns offer in-person absentee voting. Check with your city clerk’s office for more information.


For most elections, absentee voting locations must be open during their normal business hours starting 46 days before the election. In addition, locations offering absentee ballots for federal, state or county elections must be open:

  • The last Saturday before Election Day (10 a.m. — 3 p.m.)
  • The day before Election Day until 5 p.m.
  • This does not apply to school districts holding standalone elections.

Some local jurisdictions may provide additional absentee voting days or hours beyond the above required days and times. Call your jurisdiction for more information.

2018 Early Voting Dates


First day to vote early in person: Friday, June 29

Last day to vote early in person: Monday, August 13


First day to vote early in person: Friday, September 21

Last day to vote early in person: Monday, November 5

Have an agent pick up your ballot (agent delivery)

In special situations, you may ask an agent to pick up and return an absentee ballot for you. This is called ‘agent delivery.’  


To vote by mail, apply to have an absentee ballot mailed to you. You do not need to be registered to apply.

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For your ballot to count, remember this important information:

  1. Read the instructions that come with your ballot carefully.
  2. You will need a witness when you vote and complete your ballot. The witness can be either a registered Minnesota voter or a notary.
  3. Mail the ballot and forms back right away after you finish. Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day.

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You can apply for a ballot any time during the year, except the day of the election. Leave time for election officials to mail your ballot and for you to return it on or before Election Day.

Ballots will be sent starting June 29 for the 2018 Primary Election, and September 21 for the 2018 General Election.

Deadline to return your ballot

Your ballot will not count if it is received after Election Day. Return your ballot by mail or package delivery service (such as FedEx or UPS). You can also return your ballot in person no later than 3 p.m. on Election Day to the election office that sent your ballot. You can drop off ballots for up to three other voters.



If you care about the State of Minnesota being able to retain any semblance of normality in the checks and balances of governing the State you simply must listen to this 57minute interview of AJ KERN RUNNING TO REPLACE TOM EMMER FOR US 6TH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. ……Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, Wright, Carver, Anoka and Washington counties.

AJ has done her homework and if ever someone needed to be replaced, it’s Tom Emmer.  

Friends of AJ 

If you feel AJ Kern is the right candidate for the MN Congressional 6th District please help her win.  Donations gratefully accepted at:

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Speechless June 13, 2018. A.J. Kern, Candidate for U.S. Congress in the 6th Congressional District.

A. J. Kern, Candidate for U.S. Congress in the 6th Congressional District lays out a case for why Republicans should vote for her over Tom Emmer.

A.J. reports on what is going on in St. Cloud, MN with the Muslim refugee crisis emphasizing the strain on Social Services and the community.

A.J. draws the distinctions between herself and Tom Emmer.

This is a must watch interview to see what is going on the the 6th Congressional district and the State of Minnesota.





In President Trump’s press release announcing his candidacy for President of the United States of America he said, “The fact is, the American Dream is dead – but, if I win, I will bring it back bigger and better and stronger than ever before.”

That promise included draining the D.C. swamp.  A task perhaps bigger than even Trump imagined.

The truth is, both Democrats and establishment Republicans have turned Washington D.C. into an unrecognizable money-making machine designed for retaining their seats in Congress while maximizing their personal wealth.

For Republicans, the swamp snake is the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), a private organization controlling congressional access to power.  Congressman Ken Buck wrote in his book, Drain the Swamp, “If you want to serve on a committee, you have to raise money for the NRCC.”

Members of Congress are pressed into raising more than half a million to a million for the NRCC, in exchange for committee seats and congressional power positions.

Holding court as Chairman of the NRCC, is none other than your CD-6 representative and former National Popular Vote Lobbyist, Congressman Tom Emmer. Given the enormous time demands of raising money himself and serving as “head coach” for the D.C. home team, the NRCC, is it any wonder CD-6 residents are frustrated with inaction on home town issues.

As residents of Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District, we have the unique opportunity to help drain the swamp by directly pulling the plug.

To achieve this end, I’m announcing my primary challenge for Minnesota’s 6th Congressional District and asking for your vote on August 14th.


Refugee resettlement must be terminated until the Refugee Act of 1980 is reformed.

State and local control must be restored, in part, by ending the use of nongovernmental organizations, de facto bureaucracies which funnel millions in tax dollars, implementing left wing national and international policies while circumventing congressional oversite and public data laws.

Secondly, resettlement costs must be cut.  In 2016 alone $867 billion was spent on welfare and $71 million was spent on education, mostly paid by state and local governments.


February 2016, MPR reported, “Minnesota lawmakers have long sought a plan to allow money transfers to continue after banks in the U.S. stopped handling them.” –because the money could not be kept from corrupt Somali terrorist groups including Al-Shabaab.

Tom Emmer partnered with DNC co-chair Keith Ellison to bring back Somali-American remittances with a new pilot program.

It’s estimated $1.4 billion in remittances is transferred to Somalia annually—much of which originates as taxpayer funded public assistance.  Minnesota, having the largest Somali community in the country, a community heavily dependent on government assistance, largely bears the remittance burden.

Whether through government programs, or fraud as we have recently become aware, suitcases of cash leaving Minnesota negatively impacts our state’s economy.


Emmer joined forces with Sen. Amy Klobuchar to fight President Trump’s proposal to cut 31 percent in foreign aid.

The U.S. provides aid to 96 percent of all countries.  FY 2019, $27.7 billion is planned for foreign assistance, despite the CBO forecast, “the return of $1 trillion-plus annual deficits and a ballooning public debt that will approach $29 trillion by the end of the next decade.”

We are literally committing economic suicide.


Emmer boasts he voted against the gargantuan omnibus spending bill but, what he fails to explain is that he could have voted with 25 other Republicans, against H.R. 796, to keep the bill from being brought to the House floor where he knew it would pass with the help from Democrats. Only a few more Republicans joining the 25 would have killed the bill in committee. Emmer did not join them. He was for it before he was against it—when it didn’t matter.

Emmer hasn’t supported the Muslim Brotherhood Terrorist Designation Act; the Resettlement Accountability National Security Act; nor the Border Wall Funding Act.

Growing national debt, un-vetted non-assimilating refugees, illegal immigration, federal and state laws ignored—America is slowly being transformed as politicians and the deep state destroy the Constitution.

President Trump can’t drain the swamp alone.  I’m asking for your vote in the August 14th primary.


We are here to let you in on a dirty secret in Washington: To serve on the most influential committees in the U.S. House of Representatives, lawmakers are expected to raise a certain amount of money for their respective political parties. The sums involved have become astronomical — more than one million dollars for the most coveted spots. And neither party can claim the moral high ground: Democrats and Republicans alike expect this of their members.

You should not have to buy a position on any committee in Congress. That’s just wrong. To be a successful politician, you should not be judged solely by how much money you can raise. Issue One’s “The Price of Power” report illustrates just how rampant such pay-to-play politicking has become, and it offers solutions so that those serving in Congress can prioritize legislating instead of fundraising.

Constantly raising funds for the political parties interferes with the work of serving your constituents and your country. Hours spent fundraising — and worrying about fundraising — are time and energy diverted away from lawmakers’ legislative responsibilities. When members of Congress get out of bed in the morning, they should be thinking about solving the country’s problems as opposed to how much cash they can raise that day.

It should not come as a surprise that most members of Congress dislike both the fundraising quotas placed upon them and their second job of “dialing for dollars” as telemarketers for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the National Republican Congressional Committee.

Lawmakers could undo these shackles by adopting simple, common-sense reforms as quickly as possible to sever the ties between fundraising and committee leadership, which would also reduce the conflicts of interest created by our current system.

It should be against House rules to require that legislators raise money to stay on a committee or to become the chair or ranking member of a committee. Moreover, members of Congress should be prohibited from soliciting funds during work hours while Congress is in session so their focus can be on the people’s work. Republican and Democratic leaders should also agree to bring “party dues” back down to earth. Furthermore, these dues should be publicly disclosed.

We are not saying that committee chairs should not be involved at all with fundraising to help their parties or their colleagues, but it should not be the primary arbiter of whether they ascend to, or stay in, positions of leadership.

It is unhealthy for our country and our democracy for money to be such a critical component of how legislative leaders are selected. This dirty secret has metastasized into a major cancer afflicting our legislative process. The time to combat this is now. Nothing less than the public’s trust in government itself is at stake.

Commentary by AJ Kern 

To understand the problem with Tom Emmer serving as the Deputy Chair for the NRCC, a private organization…  PLEASE READ the link:

This is why the ‘establishment’ remain in power.  Why politicians do not listen to you but, are influenced by lobbyist and special interest….  Big money also means grassroots conservative candidates don’t stand a chance.  

Emmer would never be a member of the ‘Reformers Caucus’ because Emmer is a player in the problem the Reformers Caucus is attempting to solve…  

Reformers Caucus seek to end ‘pay-to-play’…

      “Today, most lawmakers do not spend the time building relationships with members of the opposing party or developing subject-matter            expertise related to their committees and constituents.   

       Instead, members of Congress are incentivized to spend up to 30 hours a week raising money, talking to a narrow set of deep-pocketed           donors or special interests, who also fund outside groups and “dark money” organizations to discourage political courage and fuel                   dysfunction in Washington.”

You think Emmer is bringing money back to the district?  That’s his excuse!  

How does this serve YOU?  How does this serve the district… or St Cloud?  

This isn’t a personal attack…  it’s just the truth.  Our country is in deep trouble and this is a huge part of the problem.

AJ Kern

Message to Republican Women

Only Submissive Women Need Apply!

April 27, 2018 Leave a comment

The Republican Party of Minnesota (RPM) leadership have officially betrayed a significant segment of its base.  The Republican women.
With ample indifference to women, the RPM accepted a Somali American Republicans of Minnesota (SARM) party affiliate during the April 29th State Central Committee (SCC) meeting last year.

Somali or Islamic, it is a distinction without a difference to women living in a free society.  Within the Somali culture or under the totalitarian regime of Islam, women do not enjoy equality or individual freedom.  This fact is not debatable.

According to the World Bank organization, 98% of Somali women have been subjected to Female Genital Mutilation(FGM). This and the subjugation of women through Sharia Law do not mesh with the U.S. Constitution nor the National Republican Party platform.

It really does make one wonder if ‘Muslim Conservative’ is an oxymoron!

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Christian Conservative Women BETRAYED by MN GOP leadership: PART II

The Somali Organization Affiliate

We don’t always share the same values, ethics, and morals with other cultures.

Politicians and political parties seek votes, donations…  providing favors to lobbyist and special interest… not necessarily in the best interest of the American people.

 AJ Kern


Leaders must speak up to stop female genital mutilation

AJ Kern, Sauk Rapids3:04 p.m. CT April 29, 2017

(Photo: Submitted photo)

With the recent arrest of Michigan emergency room doctor Jumana Nagarwala, it’s time to have “the talk.”  I’m not talking about that awkward discussion you had with your kids about the birds and the bees.  I’m talking about the cultural and religious ritual of female genital mutilation, or FGM.

Nagarwala was charged with performing FGM, a felony, involving the removal of clitoral skin from two 7-year-old girls brought to Detroit from Minnesota. Although charges have yet to be brought against the parents, Hennepin and Anoka county attorney’s offices have filed child protection petitions in the first federal case in the country.

Female genital mutilation is a brutal act you might find in a horror film, which makes it difficult to discuss and comprehend.

A 2004 World Bank report claims girls having undergone FGM suffer permanent and irreversible health damage.  “Every year, two million girls are subject to mutilation, which traditional communities call ‘female circumcision’ and the international community terms ‘female genital mutilation’ (FGM), or ‘female genital cutting’ (FGC).”

Identifying FGM/C as “female circumcision” is deceptive.

While male circumcision, performed at birth, is not destructive to genitalia nor does it eliminate the male’s ability to function normally.  This is not the case for females.

FGM/C is typically performed on girls from birth to 15 years of age, without pain medication or anesthesia, inflicts serious physical, psychological and painful sexual complications.  A lifetime of suffering resulting in eliminating the woman’s sexual desire including lack of libido and orgasm.

Somalia has one of the highest FGM rates in the world and now we have evidence that it is practiced here in America.

The World Bank estimates “98 percent of Somali women and girls have undergone some form of genital mutilation.  About 90 percent have been subjected to the most drastic form, type III.

FGM type I, a clitoridectomy, consists of partial or total removal of the clitoris. Type II, known as excision, the clitoris and labia minora are partially or totally removed, with or without excision of the labia majora.

Type III, a radical procedure known as infibulation, includes removing the clitoris and narrowing the vaginal orifice by cutting and appositioning the labia minora and/or labia majora. The vagina is stitched together then the girls’ legs are bound together in facilitating the desired closure while healing.  A small opening is created for urine and menstrual blood to escape. An infibulation is opened through penetrative sexual intercourse or surgery.

In 1996, Congress passed legislation making FGM/C a federal crime.

And because immigrants have been caught taking their daughters back to their country of origin for the procedure, in 2012, Congress passed the Transport for Female Genital Mutilation Act, making so-called “vacation cutting” illegal.