Governor Tim Walz and Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan stopped in New Ulm on their statewide public safety tour to discuss what their public safety budget – including $300 million for cities, counties, and tribes across the state – would mean for New Ulm, Mankato, and communities across the state. Under the Walz-Flanagan Budget to Move Minnesota Forward, the average city in Minnesota would receive about $240,000 to invest in public safety – New Ulm would receive over $242,000 per year and Mankato would receive over $763,000 per year.