As we reflect on this year’s midterm elections, we’re all experiencing a wide range of emotions: joyfully celebrating the wins, learning from the losses, and desiring to recharge a bit.
As TakeAction Minnesota’s data coordinator, I’m deeply invested in my work with our Field Team, using data to reach and mobilize voters for progressive, people-centered candidates and the communities we
On Saturday, October 15, join us for a deep canvass door knock blitz in support of Laura Gannon and Jessica Schwinn – two outstanding candidates for school board in the
At TakeAction Minnesota, we came into this election season clear on the stakes and challenges of this moment. At every level of government, we know that we need more than Democratic majorities to protect our reproductive rights, climate, and democracy. We need progressive leaders in office who will be champions with us to transition from fossil fuels, transform public safety beyond policing, build a caring economy, and deliver reproductive justice.
Chantal Oechsle is a community leader focused on making sure every student has a safe and supportive school here in our district.
This Primary Election, we have a choice between politics as usual, and politics as it should be. Between candidates who will organize for the bold change we need in the face of compounding social, economic and climate crises, and politicians who have proven they won’t.
A distinguished community organizer and advocate, Senator Fateh is a progressive champion for the people of South Minneapolis, and we’re ready to throw down to elect him again in 2022. It starts with voting in Minnesota’s Primary Election by August 9.
Vote Mai Chong Xiong for Ramsey County Commissioner District 6 by August 9 Mai Chong Xiong is a longtime community leader running to serve St. Paul’s upper East Side, Payne-Phalen
Vote Amane for Congress by August 9! At TakeAction Minnesota, we believe in a politics that is by and for the people. It’s a politics where we care for each
Now, more than ever, we must imagine a new democracy. We’re imagining and building a future where our grief is transformed into profound collective action, and where each of us is ready to find a place in the movement to save each other instead of waiting for a politician or court to do it for us. When we act collectively, we have so much power.