Happenings at DFL58: Lakeville, Farmington and Southern Dakota County
Committee to Review Bills Barred from Senate Hearings Majority’s refusal to hear bills in no April fools joke. St. Paul, MN – “These bills could save many lives and tax dollars,” Sen. Matt Little (DFL-Lakeville) previewed, “But they haven’t been given a single senate hearing. Our democracy isn’t supposed to work this way- it’s the worst
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In case you didn’t receive the e-mail sent last week, there will be NO MEETING tonight, Tues. March 19. Our next meeting will be in April. However, join us for breakfast on Saturday, 9:30 am at Little Oscars in Hampton — our second in a series of “Dine Around the District.”Dine Around the District: Little
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DFL58ers will gather Sat., March 23, 2019 at 9:30 am for Breakfast at Little Oscars in Hampton. This is the second in a series of Dine Around the District that is meant to familiarize DFL58ers with our sprawling district which encompasses rural and suburban areas. Please join us for socializing (no business) and supporting a
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Meeting Announcement:Please join us for DFL SD58 Central Committee MeetingMonday, January 7, 20196:30pm-8:00pm-Business Meeting8:00pm-Adjourn Farmington Tap HouseFarmington Public LibraryLarge Meeting Room (back to the left)508 3rd St, Farmington, MN 55024 Next Meetings: Precinct Chairs Meet-Up and Brainstorming sessionTuesday January 22, 2019,Farmington Public Library, Farmington, MN, 6-8pmall are welcome and look for special invitations being sent out next week DFL58 February
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Pickers must be at least 12 years old. We will supply bags and orange safety vests. Bring work gloves if you have them. Join us Saturday, Nov. 10, 10 am to noon to help clean up DFL58’s section of adopted road along Highway 52. Sign up and we will send you the location to meet. Afterwards
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We will be registering voters and signing them up to vote by mail at the 51st annual BBQ Chicken Dinner, Saturday, August 18, 2018. The dinner is from 3-8pm and the street dance is from 9pm – midnight.
The Dakota County Fair starts soon and we’ll be there – join us! DFL SD58 has a bigger, better booth at the Dakota County Fair this year with an expanded footprint and a conversation area with chairs for voters to sit and converse with our DFL Endorsed Candidates and our DFL Elected Officials. The Fun
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Use this Eventbrite link to RSVP (for planning purposes so we have enough chicken!) Click here. Thanks in advance for joining us for an evening of fun and supporting the election of progressive candidates! After Lakeville’s PAN-O-PROG Parade, 7:30-9:30pm Smith-Dewey home, 19350 Ireland Court, Lakeville, MN $10 suggested donation or $25 per family. Cane’s
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This is part two of double-header event featuring Professor Richard Painter, a University of Minnesota law professor, a national voice against the abuses of the Trump Administration, and a candidate for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate, participated in a frank discussion of why he thinks he should be the person chosen to fill
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Democrats in Lakeville, Farmington and Southern Dakota County
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