Chris Swedzinski's got a second job. So does Gary Dahms. And Joe Schomacker. They didn't take a second job to supplement their incomes because the family needs money, they took them - or in this case, campaigned for them - to be a part of wide-ranging solutions to help Minnesota get out of its financial hole and become a better place to live and work. And, facing a $6.2 billion deficit and a 7 percent unemployment rate, we wish them the best.