We looked inside some of the tweets by @GovTimWalz and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
COVID-19 is a serious illness with lasting effects we’re just beginning to understand. Please continue to be vigilant in mask wearing, social distancing, and hand washing. https://t.co/dw2HJnet88
The federal government has denied Gov. Tim Walz’s request for aid to help rebuild and repair Twin Cities structures that were damaged in the unrest following #GeorgeFloyd’s death. https://t.co/Xhldt8yee8
We are the 7th least federally dependent state in America. We subsidize most states. The Trump Administration just turned down @GovTimWalz’s request for disaster relief after the riots. Our congressional delegation should be unified FOR Minnesota - not against Minnesota. https://t.co/qY2DgBV7hi
Gov. Tim Walz summoned lawmakers back for a special session that will begin Monday. He said it’s time for a deal on police accountability and public works construction. https://t.co/Urc3Km2I8m
I'm asking the Legislature to work together on the urgent matters Minnesotans expect them to tackle this summer. We need Republicans and Democrats to rise to the occasion, pass meaningful police reform, fund local jobs and projects, and help Minnesotans rebuild and recover. https://t.co/3m9Jxb8dEG
Keep up the good work, Minnesota. We’re not out of the woods – we’ve got to keep working together. https://t.co/BHjDbxjeSx
This week we passed 700,000 #COVID19 tests. Thank you to all of the frontline health care workers at clinics, long-term care facilities, hospitals and community testing sites, and our partners @UMNews and @MayoClinic for helping increase testing capacity in Minnesota. #StaySafeMN https://t.co/BRRZovN7mI
My heart is in West Central Minnesota today, where a family lost a loved one and a community is suffering from unexpected and tragic damage. https://t.co/ucPTBkM18i
In the face of COVID-19, child care providers have stepped up to provide safe, reliable care. Proud to visit @hamlinecdc to announce a $56 million plan to support the work providers do to educate our little ones, help families, and strengthen our economy during the pandemic. https://t.co/QzXSgd58QK
Wearing a mask is an easy way to help keep society open and keep each other safe. Why do you #MaskUpMN?
Chloee played D1 soccer and has been accepted into the Peace Corps in Indonesia. Jake started high school after losing his dad and was critically injured in a BWCA storm. He went on to be a great swimmer and wonderful person. Off to the @UMNews! So proud of you both. Uncle Tim
Socially distant graduation for my niece Chloee from Boston University and my nephew Jake from Rochester Mayo. Congratulations to two awesome young adults! https://t.co/T6HoaCMwfr