Why I'm Running
The direction of our country will be decided in the coming months and I’m committed to making sure Minnesota’s voice is heard.
Dr. Noel Collis on the Issues
The Right to Life
The right to life is the most fundamental right protected by America’s founding documents. “I’m running for Congress in the 7th Congressional District because I believe life should be protected and defended from the moment of conception until natural death.”
“Citizens need and deserve the right to defend themselves. That is why the 2nd Amendment exists!” Noel Collis strongly supports an individual’s right to gun ownership and is a proud member of the NRA. The Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States protects law-abiding citizens from the government’s infringement on our right to keep and bear arms.
“I’m prepared to take on the political establishment, defend our culture, and reflect the views and values of our Congressional District.” America implemented an effective immigration timeout (known to demographers as “the Great Pause”) from 1925-1965. The 40-year timeout worked and allowed immigrants to assimilate into American society.
Dr. Noel Collis is the only candidate who is professionally trained to understand the implications of the coronavirus pandemic. He understands the medical issues. He will stand-up against the career politicians in Washington who will use this crisis to increase government control. Dr. Noel Collis knows how to keep America safe and defend our constitutional rights and the liberties that made America great!
Agriculture is the backbone of our economy. The federal government needs to expand free and fair trade to provide new markets. All too often, government policy has hurt-rather than helped the farmer. “Cap and trade” would artificially increase fuel prices. The “Green New Deal” could outlaw cows and hamburgers. The EPA “Waters of the United States” rules of the Obama administration threatened to turn every mud puddle on a farm into a federal crime. Common sense needs to return to farm policy- to help-and not destroy-the family farm.