Thursday, August 25, 2011

Lynn Wardlow on Wikipedia

Lynn D. Wardlow (born November 11, 1943) is a former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, where he represented District 38B from 2003-2009. The district includes over half of the city of Eagan in Dakota County, which is in the southeastern part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. 

A Republican, he was elected to the open seat vacated by Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty in 2002. As a legislator, he focused on the issues of education, transportation, tax reduction, small business promotion, and health care reform.[1]
While in office, Wardlow served on the following House committees: E-12 Education, Early Childhood Learning Finance Division, Education Finance and Economic Competitiveness Finance Division, Mental Health Division, and Veterans Affairs Division.[2]

1st Lt. Lynn Wardlow receiving Navy Commendation with "Combat V"
Before running for political office, Wardlow was a middle school and high school mathematics teacher and coach for over 30 years in the Rosemount-Eagan-Apple Valley School District. He also served in Vietnam in 1969 as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Marine Corps, earning two Navy Commendation Medals with one a Combat V. He retired from the Marine Corps Reserve in 1995 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He holds a B.A. from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and a M.S. in Mathematics from Mankato State University in Mankato.[3][4]

In the November 2008 general election, Wardlow was unseated by Democrat Mike Obermueller in his bid for a fourth term.[5] His son, Doug Wardlow, subsequently ran for the same seat in the 2010 general election, unseating Obermueller.[6

Tuesday, August 02, 2011


Chicago downtown       9  Davis, Wozniak, Hullinger, Dunne, McLaughlin, Anderson, Johnson, Wood, Sevold,

Resort Near Chicago    3  Wilkes, Wardlow, Magilligan

Don't Care                    4   Barney, Morey,  Harper, Hudon

Very Attractive Leadership of Det-4

Monday, August 01, 2011

Next Drill Weekend Date

How does August 10 Friday to 12 Sunday, 2012 work?

Or August 17-19?

I am pretty sure the bad dates and year I put out yesterday were a result of Communist Electronic Warfare.