U.S. Senatorial candidate Kurt Bills made a stop in Mankato on Tuesday.
The Rosemount High School teacher took shots at incumbent U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar and her economic views.
As far as campaign economics go, Klobuchar has amassed much more cash than Bills. But despite Bills' pockets not being as deep as Klobuchar's, the Republican says he is not worried, and plans to roll out more political ads prior to November 6th.
"It's never been a concern," Bills said.
Before the November general election, Bills says he plans to have campaigned in all of Minnesota's 87 counties.
Klobuchar's campaign released a statement today saying 'for seven years in a row, Senator Klobuchar has visited all 87 counties.'