On The Trail with the Fighting 41st
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ST PAUL - Today, following his announcement to step down as Senate Majority Leader, here are Paul Gazelka’s top 10 moments: Four months into the pandemic, Gazelka falsely claimed that “the emergency part of this pandemic is over.” Since this statement, the U.S. has...
DFL Senate District 41 is proud to present a Forum on Domestic Terrorism. This is a much anticipated event especially in light of the attack on our US Capitol on January 6th. Please join us! We have a distinguished panel of Legislators and Public Officials. Please...
Friday night we received the devastating news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, or as she had come to be known, “The Notorious RBG”, had died. A young 87, she had overcome sexual discrimination, religious bigotry, and numerous bouts of cancer with persistence, strength, and intelligence.
Volunteering with the DFL is About Building Local Power – A Proposal for the Precinct Organizing Model
Is it too much to say being a Democrat in 2020 is to bear a cross of mixed emotions, anxiety, and perhaps, a loss of purpose? I think any of us who join, follow, or volunteer with the DFL or the Fighting 41st, are striving to build a just, equitable society. But we...
By Phillip Wynn, Senate District 41 Member Personal note: I spent three Saturdays in January door-knocking for one of the candidates in Iowa. That gives me no special credentials for writing this post, but thought I’d just put it out there. This post is in two parts....
Greetings all Senate District 41 members. Early primary voting at your city hall and by mail has begun! That means that our precinct caucus is just around the corner. The caucus is the meeting where we select delegates and set values for the DFL and the lead-in to our...
Note from Editor: Abigail is a member of DFLSD41 living with Type 1 diabetes. This her 1st blog post in a series of posts dealing with her personal struggle with diabetes, her experience as outreach coordinator for Minnesota #insulin4all, as well as the issues...
“We the People of the United States....” -Preamble, US Constitution “...[G]overnment of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” -Abraham Lincoln I’ve been seeing a lot of folks in my Facebook newsfeed bemoaning, “the government.”...
Safety. They keep telling us it is about safety. But in August they went after immigrants who came here for medical care that they need to live, telling them to go back, that they had overstayed. To go back to countries that lack the medical specialists they need. To...
Greetings fellow 41st and 37th district members, summer is upon us once again. Following the news these days might make you want to crank up the air conditioning and sequester inside. But luckily our esteemed forty-fifth president can't put a tariff on the best darn...
- Raina Meyer’s Heartbreaking and Inspiring Story
- Blue Wave…Or Volcanic eruption?
- Of Children and Of Light
- My Name is Alayna
- Muslims Welcome Here!
- Here We Go Again…
- Keep Your Prayers and Give Me Women in Office
- Wall-Less Schools and Will-Less Politicians