NEWS STATEMENT: Trump and GOP Enablers Must Be Held Accountable for Attacks on our Country and Democracy

TakeAction Minnesota calls for removal of GOP officials who spread lies and voted to overturn the will of the people  St. Paul, MN–On Wednesday, January 6 people across the world witnessed an attack on the U.S. Capitol and our country like we have never seen before. TakeAction Minnesota, a multi-racial, grassroots people’s organization released the following statement:   What we witnessed on January 6 in Washington, D.C.

We Got This! Grounding + Preparation for Election Week

Join us for a 45-minute session about the scenarios most likely to unfold on election night, strategies to get grounded and ready to #SquadUp and ensure all votes are counted, and preparing now for building lasting people- power and a joyful, just, and caring future for all of us. Register here.

We Got This! Grounding + Preparation for Election Week

Join us for a 45-minute session about the scenarios most likely to unfold on election night, strategies to get grounded and ready to #SquadUp and ensure all votes are counted, and preparing now for building lasting people- power and a joyful, just, and caring future for all of us. Register here.

We Got This! Grounding + Preparation for Election Week

Join us for a 45-minute session about the scenarios most likely to unfold on election night, strategies to get grounded and ready to #SquadUp and ensure all votes are counted, and preparing now for building lasting people- power and a joyful, just, and caring future for all of us. Register here.

We Got This! Grounding + Preparation for Election Week

Join us for a 45-minute session about the scenarios most likely to unfold on election night, strategies to get grounded and ready to #SquadUp and ensure all votes are counted, and preparing now for building lasting people- power and a joyful, just, and caring future for all of us. Register here.

Pro-business Minnesota Jobs Coalition dumped $140,000 into Minneapolis campaign before city election

The pro-business political committee Minnesota Jobs Coalition dumped $140,000 into a Minneapolis fund set up to elect a more business-friendly City Council, but it did so too late to be included in pre-election campaign finance reports. The specter of the Minnesota Jobs Coalition — a statewide conservative pro-business PAC  — influencing city elections had been