100 days into his term, Governor Dayton already has a long list of accomplishments
St. Paul (April 13, 2011) - Today marks 100 days into Governor Dayton's term as governor. State DFL Chair Ken Martin released this statement:
"When Minnesotans went to the polls last fall, they knew what they wanted from a governor: strong leadership to create jobs and balance the budget, dependability and reason to reform government and uphold our values, and a vision to move our state forward and create a better life for our citizens. That's exactly what we have in Governor Dayton. And today, we can all be thankful for what he has accomplished in just 100 days.
"Governor Dayton has spent his first 100 days creating jobs for Minnesota, and fighting for a budget that is fair, honest and responsible - and most importantly - balanced. Governor Dayton has spent his first 100 days changing the way our state government does business and moving our state forward to create a better Minnesota.
"One hundred days into his term, Governor Mark Dayton is making the tough choices and getting the job done to create a better Minnesota. While the Republicans continue to push for a cuts-only budget that would be devastating for the middle class, small businesses and the quality of life in our state, Governor Dayton continues to be the voice of reason, standing up for everyday Minnesotans."
Read more about what Governor Dayton has done in the past 100 days.
Source: Minnesota DFL website: http://dfl.org