Dayton Jobs Tour Heads To Winona

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton is bringing his statewide jobs tour to southeastern Minnesota.

Dayton kicked off the tour last week in Fergus Falls. The first-term Democrat announced that the second stop will be Wednesday in Winona.

Dayton plans to attend an economic development forum at Southeast Technical College.

Dayton has said he sees the tour as a way to develop a statewide business plan to put people back to work all over the state.

Other stops are planned in the coming weeks. The jobs tour will end with a statewide summit in St. Paul in October.

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  • jimmy

    Tax those greedy CEO’s if they can’t pocket that extra money they will put people to work.

  • Guy

    Hey Dayton – I know how you can create at least ONE job opening – RESIGN!

  • Jake

    I thought he had a ‘jobs’ plan BEFORE he got ELECTED governor, that’s WHY he got ELECTED. So WHERE is the PLAN?? Oh, I get it, he’s just going to ‘wing it’.
    GREAT, just great.

  • Clueless

    October? Seriously, well he bought himself another couple of months before everyone will know why he has that blank look on his face.

    Goony goober…

    What’s the plan Gov? Give us a hint? Let’s see your notes.

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