Fall Conversation Explored Grassroots Activism and Limits on Abortion

Pam_Tucholke_and_panel.jpgOver 40 people attended the annual Senate District 50 fundraiser called the Fall Conversation. The Edina Country Club provided a perfect venue for casual conversation and a stimulating discussion on grassroots activism.

Pam Tucholke, Chair of Senate District 50 (pictured above left), kicked off the more formal part of the evening by introducing Beth Beebe and Doug Fulton, Republican-endorsed candidates who ran outstanding campaigns in the recent elections. She then introduced Kendall Qualls (pictured above right), who moderated the discussion.

Qualls made a few personal remarks about the November results before directing his attention to the panel members: Atty Greg Joseph, MN Sen. Mark Koran, and former MN Rep. Tim Miller.

The audience quickly engaged on the subject of grassroots activism. They also sought to delve into the topic of abortion and how it could effectively be limited in Minnesota.



Some of the audience members listening intently to comments by a panel member during the 2022 Fall Conversation.