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The Minnesota Nurses Association has a long and proud history of advocating for patients, public health, and the nursing profession. Nurses have been at the forefront of every health, social justice, and nursing profession movement since the 1800s.
DFL Disability Caucus
The Disability Caucus works to promote the involvement of individuals with disabilities in the political process, increase the participation of members of the disability community within the DFL, and encourages people with disabilities to run for both party and public office. The caucus also serves as a forum for discussing and advocating for individuals with disabilities who may face issues relating to DFL campaigns, state elections, and daily life. - See more at: https://www.dfl.org/party-leaders/community-caucuses/disability-caucus/#...
We begin Our Revolution Greater St. Paul chapter with a bottom-up, grassroots organizing process because we believe in cultivating the popular democracy we seek to realize in the government of our state. This organizing process of many meetings across the state will lead into the development of local chapters and a founding convening.
“Council member Dai Thao believes that Saint Paul is at a pivotal moment in need of leadership that will stand with the people despite the uncertainty at the state and federal governments. Our city needs a bold direction that will tackle the racial disparities gap that is crippling our economy, make sure that our city services operate equitably across all neighborhoods, and assure that residents are invested in because they are the infrastructure of our community and economy. To do this, our community deserves tenacious leadership from an invested, hardworking and responsive Mayor who can both listen to and empathize with the diverse residents of St. Paul. Dai is a proud and determined progressive who will help us ensure a more prosperous and secure future for the Capital City.”
TakeAction Minnesota executive director Dan McGrath highlighted Dai Thao’s long track record of fighting for justice and making progress. “St. Paul needs a leader with the skills, determination and vision to make our city equitable and prosperous. That leader is Dai Thao. Whether in the community or on the City Council, Dai has a track record of fighting for progressive values and winning. He led the fight for greater civilian oversight of our police – and achieved it. He was a champion for St. Paul’s earned sick and safe time ordinance – and it passed. Dai listens, organizes, and acts – that’s the kind of mayor we need to lead St. Paul powerfully in its next chapter.”
AFSCME Local 8
Work Union. Live Better.
"High wages, better healthcare, guaranteed pensions, more vacation" - AFSCME
Representative Tim Mahoney (DFL) District: 67A
St. Paul School Board Member Chue Vue