DFL Sends Kendall Qualls’ Political Consultant Paperwork to Run for Congress
After Republican Kendall Qualls filed to run for congress in Minnesota’s 3rd district, he refused to answer all questions on his campaign and directed the press to ask his political consultant, Gregg Peppin, instead. Today, the Minnesota DFL has sent political consultant Gregg Peppin the paperwork necessary to run for congress himself.
“It’s bizarre that Kendall Qualls cannot answer why he’s running for congress,” said DFL Chairman Ken Martin. “Worse still, Kendall Qualls is relying on political consultant Gregg Peppin to explain Qualls’ own candidacy for him. If Qualls is just going to be a mouthpiece for political consultant Gregg Peppin, perhaps Gregg Peppin should be the one running for congress. To facilitate this, the Minnesota DFL has sent political consultant Peppin the paperwork needed to declare a run for congress.”
The Minnesota DFL sent Gregg Peppin the following documents:
- A letter from DFL Chairman Ken Martin
- The Federal Elections Commission’s Statement of Candidacy Form
- The Federal Elections Commission’s Statement of Organization Form
- The Minnesota Secretary of State’s Affidavit of Candidacy Form
“Mr. Peppin will need to come up with Minnesota’s $300 filing fee himself,” added Martin.
Below is a copy of the letter that DFL Chairman Ken Martin included alongside the elections paperwork.