MEDIA ADVISORY: TakeAction Minnesota to Join Workers and Elected Officials Introducing Bernie Sanders at Rally in St. Paul Tonight

Contact: Kenza Hadj-Moussa, 612-386-9556

MEDIA ADVISORY

TakeAction Minnesota to Join Workers and Elected Officials Introducing Bernie Sanders at Rally in St. Paul Tonight

TakeAction reached 35,000 voters for Bernie Sanders ahead of Super Tuesday

(ST. PAUL, MINN)—On the evening before Minnesota’s Presidential Primary Election, TakeAction Minnesota’s executive director will join workers and elected officials on stage at the Bernie Sanders rally at the Saint Paul River Centre.

WHAT: Rally in St. Paul with Bernie Sanders 

WHO: Line up speakers include:

  • Congresswoman Ilhan Omar
  • Elianne Farhat, executive director of TakeAction Minnesota
  • Striking workers,Erica Schatzlein, an English-learner teacher with the St. Paul Federation of Educators and Mayra Lopez, a janitor from SEIU Local 26 who cleans at the Amazon warehouse in Shakopee
  • TakeAction Minnesota members and elected officials St. Paul City Councilor Nelsie Yang and Minneapolis City Councilor Jeremiah Ellison

WHEN: Monday, March 2 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (TONIGHT)

WHERE: Saint Paul River Centre 75 Kellogg Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55102

TakeAction Minnesota announced its support for Bernie Sanders in its first-ever endorsement in a presidential race in January. Since then, TakeAction Minnesota has called, texted, and door-knocked 35,000 Minnesotans across the state. Through grassroots organizing, Bernie Sanders is poised to win in Minnesota tomorrow with a multi-racial, multi-generational movement behind, ready to keep building toward November.

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TakeAction Minnesota is a statewide, independent, multiracial people’s organization working to advance democracy and equity through organizing, political action, and campaigns. Offices are located in St. Paul, Duluth, and St. Cloud.

www.takeactionminnesota.org

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