He took his resume off his blog yesterday, in a blatant attempt to hide his lack of experience on education issues.
His candidate page is still up for now though and looks a lot like the verbiage from his resume.
Luke Hellier is a junior at St. John’s University and has been involved in
College Republicans since his freshman year. Before attending St. John’s, Luke
interned for Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life and Rep. Mary Liz Holberg.
During the 2004 election, Luke volunteered for the Bush and Kennedy campaigns as
well as serving as a member of the 72 hour team.
As a CR at St. John’s he served as President of Students Fostering
Conservative Thought, bringing David Horowitz, Deena Burnett, and Dinesh D'Souza
to campus. In the spring of 2005, Luke gained national recognition, being named
one of the Top 20 Conservative Activists by the Young America’s
Foundation Club 100.
Luke is currently ranked 7th in the nation for 2006. In the summer of 2005,
Luke served as a research assistant for the Young America's Foundation. During
the 2005 election, Luke was involved with Kleis for Mayor and the special
elections in St. Cloud.
Luke recently returned from a 1200 mile journey through Northwestern
Minnesota to meet with CRs at six different schools as they gear up for the 2006
election. He currently serves on the state board as Deputy Executive Director
and on the Bachmann for Congress committee.
A top 10 ranked Conservative Activist on the MnSCU Board of Trustee's?
The exposure of the Hellier files continues...