The little District that can!
Lakeville Chamber of Commerce forums Monday, 9/14 6 PM Lakeville School Board 7:30 PM Lakeville City Council TUESDAY, 9/15 5:30 PM MN House 56B, 57A, 58A, 20A 7:30 PM MN Senate 56, 57, 58 The links below are valid for both evenings. VIEW LIVE, or recording: https://lakevillemn.gov/148/Watch-Live-Lakeville-Government-Televisi LISTEN LIVE: 1-267-866-0999 Meeting PIN: 2963 24 9082 Dakota Regional Chamber of
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Sara Wolf, candidate for the Minnesota House 58B, has signs ready and is looking for people to put them up. 58B covers Farmington and greater southern Dakota County — that includes Hampton, Miesville, New Trier, Vermillion, Randolph, Denison, w-3 P2 in Northfield and the townships of Empire, Vermillion, Marshan, Ravenna, Eureka, Castle, Hampton, Douglas, Greenvale,
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State Senator Matt Little and State House candidate Erin Preese have each received the prestigious Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund endorsement. In March of 2018 Little of Lakeville, along with Republican Sens. Paul Anderson of Plymouth and Scott Jensen of Chaska held a press conference on a bill he sponsored that would extend background
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Minnesota State Senator Matt Little is tearing it up on TikTok, the lively social media platform.He has the likely biggest national following for any politician on the platform TikTok is just one of many ways Minnesota State Senator Matt Little has excited and engaged youth in elections and governance. As a senator, mayor and councilman,
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Political newcomer Sara Wolf was born and raised in Minnesota and have lived in Farmington for nearly 20 years. The mother of two teenagers will face Rep. Pat Garafolo (R) for the seat serving Farmington and the rural areas of southern Dakota County. Wolf’s roots are deep in the community, and says she is seeking
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Erin Preese is the DFL-endorsed candidate who will face three-term Rep. John Koznick (R) in the 58A election on November 3.Preese has served as a leader for the non-partisan gun violence prevention organization, Moms Demand Action, at the local and state level for the past four years. She understands how to build relationships across party
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PHOTO: Minnesota state Sen. Matt Little of Lakeville talks about a bill Monday, March 12, 2018, he sponsors that would extend background checks to all firearms sales in the state. With him are Sens. Paul Anderson (R) of Plymouth and Scott Jensen(R) of Chaska. By Don Davis/Forum News Service Minnesota State Senator Matt Little was
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DFL58’s Mary Lundell took part in the first annual Minnesota Governor’s turkey opener on April 27, mentoring our Congresswoman Angie Craig on a guided hunt 🙂 This clipping is from the Cannon Falls Beacon.
DFL58 thanks its great bunch of volunteers who cleaned our stretch of Highway 52, including Cathy Peregrino (Director of Outreach and Inclusion), Helene Haapala (Treasurer), Michael Meyer (Director), Tom Fox, Bob Koch, Evan Brewer, Judy Hayes, Diane Kimble Dokken and and Warren Hirsch. DFL58 — the Little District that Can™
It’s great when our Senate District gets a little love from the media. Lakeville, Farmington and southern Dakota County are just a little far for most metro stations to cover events happening here — good events anyway. But FOX9 has done a good job at getting out to our rural area, and we are glad
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Democrats in Lakeville, Farmington and Southern Dakota County
Good schools, clean air and water and a livable wage for all working families. Public safety, equality for all and a robust private sector.These are things we can all agree with. Maybe you haven't thought of yourself as a Democrat, but maybe you should think again. We want everyone to work at jobs they love and enjoy their own version of the American Dream. We want a society where we all have an equal opportunity to succeed. Civility is needed for our country to come back together. Let's start right here in our local communities. Join DFL58.
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