Be a voter. Register online by Oct. 13! You can register to vote online or by requesting a paper registration form. ⚠️ The deadline to register in advance is October 13, 2020. Register to vote online today. Once you’ve registered you can vote by mail or in person. Not sure if you’re registered? Check your voter registration
Election 👏 season 👏 is 👏 here. 👏 Early voting starts September 18 and runs to November 2. Vote at your county elections office. Not registered to vote yet? You can do that when you go vote early. Just bring proof of residence.
Forget Election Day. It’s Election SEASON. Early voting starts Friday, September 18 and runs until Monday, November 2. Join us (and some special guests) for a virtual election season kickoff party to launch our grassroots-powered, statewide campaign to get out the vote for candidates who will fight for the future we deserve. The Squad is
Make More Possible | November 7, 2018 Dear friends, When we started Win The Day, we knew we’d need to play some defense. (See our recent post after the anti-Semitic violence in Pittsburgh.) But we also knew we’d need to go on the offense. And while there is much celebrate after last night’s elections, there
Make More Possible | November 5, 2018 Tomorrow we vote. And the day after that, we’ll rest. (Actually, we’re going bowling.) And then, win or lose (and it’s usually some of both), we’ll keep organizing. However things go on Tuesday, we’re still in. We have to be. There’s too much at stake: how we care
Make More Possible | October 29,2018 Dear Friends, When we started writing this blog eight weeks ago we thought we had a pretty straightforward purpose: to inoculate against dog-whistle politics. It seemed obvious that some politicians were going to race and gender code words to try to divide voters, to build their own careers. Then
There’s a lot at stake for all of us this Election Day, with candidates on the ballot who share Trump’s values and want to move us backwards. Read this, to find info on how to vote & spread the word! Here’s what we can do. If we elect progressive champions who will fight for a stronger Minnesota