"I am Steve Carlson and I am running for the US Senate in Minnesota as a write-in candidate for the General Election in November. I need to go into the Senate, where Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken have really stunk it up and are trying to eliminate Donald Trump and restore the Obama-Hillary world we just emerged from. Need to fix a few things including immigration, U.S. Supreme Court and the courts, federal deficit and debt, and Minnesota rural and urban. If you watch any of the videos and don't agree or think that there is something wrong with the argument, please join the debate!
Steve Carlson is an American political figure seeking political office in Minnesota, his home state. He is running against Amy Klobuchar in the August 14 primary election for the Democratic Party. Carlson has previously run with the Minnesota Independence party for U.S. Senate as that party’s nominee facing former Senator Al Franken, and also for the U.S. House of Representatives in the 4th Congressional district as their nominee. In 2016 he ran a write-in campaign for president while maintaining a court action all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court against allegedly unconstitutional election practices against the Minnesota Independence Party by the state. Because he began to back Donald Trump and because the Supreme Court did not take voting rights seriously, Carlson shifted back to the 4th Congressional district, this time as a Democrat. The Independence Party is no longer a major political party. Carlson has also served for nearly a decade in the university government at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. He has worked at the American Cancer Society Midwest office in Eagan and for a number of financial services companies, and as a newspaper editor primarily for the Asian American Press in St. Paul, MN.
Steve also believes in human relations as the basis for all the political issues Minnesota and the United States face. He has served in Asia as a Vietnamese linguist with the USAF; and, determined to enter politics upon his return to civilian life, because of what he had seen, a massive international conflict based on cultural and racial differences in the Cold War era that his own country was involved in. Discovering his knack for language at the Defense Language Institute in El Paso, TX, and using his language skills in real life situations led Steve to take up other languages, including Chinese, Spanish, German, and many others, even Swedish and Norwegian. Along with his political involvement, Steve loves to plunge into the authentic history and geography of Minnesota through the works of the Minnesota Historical Society.