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Who is your favorite president and why?

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In honor of Presidents Day, Red Wing citizens take a moment to answer a simple question. "Who is your favorite president and why?"

Jim Morrison, social studies teacher at the Red Wing High School

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Teddy Roosevelt, 26th president, 1901-1909.

"He is prominent political figure that believed in war enough to resign and go fight."

Major Kris Johnson, Goodhue County Sheriff's Office.

Thomas Jefferson, third president from 1801-1809.

"He was instrumental in the creation of the Declaration of Independence and had a strong vision of America."

Stephen McKenzie, YMCA personal trainer

Teddy Roosevelt, 26th president, 1901-1909.

I am originally from Frederick, Wis., and was always intrigued by a small cabin he frequented there in the woods called Seven Pines. The place is a well-kept gem.

Brad Wronski, library technician at the Minnesota Correction Facility

Lyndon Johnson, 36th president, 1963-1969.

He was a tragic figure who was totally underrated and very intriguing.

Graham Achen and Serenna Snider, second-graders from Mrs. Kim Newman's class at Sunnyside School

Abraham Lincoln, 16th president, 1861-1865.

"He ended slavery and said 'yes' to Thanksgiving."

Christine Aquino, Red Wing Area Senior Center receptionist

Bill Clinton, 42nd president, 1993-2001.

"He was incredibly intelligent, well spoken and very involved in relief. I could listen to him speak for hours."

Elaine Hoisington, veterinary technician

John F. Kennedy, 35th president, 1961-1963.

"He contributed to the liberation of minorities and started the President Physical Fitness test, which I won when I was in sixth grade."

Dr. Rick Janka, All Creatures Veterinary Clinic

Teddy Roosevelt, 26th president, 1901-1909.

"He started the National Park Service system."

Cole Kelly, senior at the Red Wing High School

"George Washington, 1st president, 1789-1797.

"He started the country."

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Stacy Bengs-Silverberg
Stacy Bengs has been a photojournalist at the Red Wing Republican Eagle since 2010. She holds a bachelors degree in journalism and art from the University of Minnesota.
(651) 301-7880
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