As of today, early voting for the November general election is open! Thanks to Steve Simon and the DFL majority’s efforts to make all voices heard in Minnesota, you no longer need to give a reason to vote early. Information on absentee voting, including an application to receive an absentee ballot, can be found at the Secretary of State’s website. If you think there’s any chance you’ll have difficulty voting on election day, we encourage you to vote early so that you can have a say in who will govern Minnesota for the next 4 years.
The DFL is looking for individuals to help lead and energize our state party organization as members of the State Central; Party Affairs and Coordinated Campaign; Platform, Issues and Legislative Affairs; Constitution, Bylaws and Rules; and Budget committees.
Have you voted in the August 12 Primary yet? What do you mean it’s only June? Thanks to the DFL majority, you can now request an absentee ballot and vote early! No excuse early voting for the primary opened on June 27, and you can still request an absentee ballot on the Secretary of State’s website. You don’t need to give any reason for absentee voting, you can do it just because it’s more convenient for you. You can get more information on early voting on the DFL’s website.
If you get done casting your primary ballot, and you decide you want to vote early again, you’re in luck! Mark September 19 on your calendar, that’s when early voting for the general election starts.
Join us at the home of Bill Struskinski & Kirsten Libby (11 Crocus Hill, St. Paul) for our June SD64 DFL Fundraiser. The fundraiser is on June 18 from 5:30-7:30 pm. Watch your mailboxes with a postcard on more information. If you have any questions you can contact Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org or our main email, email@example.com. See you then!
We will be meeting Wednesday, June 12 at 7:00 pm for our bi-monthly summer Central and Executive Committee meeting. Join us in Room 150, Olin-Rice Hall at Macalester College. Our meeting will last no longer than one hour and we adjourn to Groveland Tap. Any questions contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you then!
St. Paul’s Caucus & Ward Conventions are next Tuesday, April 16 at 7:00 pm! To see which Ward you belong to check out the Polling Place Finder through the Secretary of State (http://
Ward 1 – Capitol Hill Magnet School – 560 Concordia Ave
Ward 2 – Humboldt High School – 30 East Baker Street
Ward 3 – Highland Park Junior High – 975 South Snelling Ave
Ward 4 – Hancock Elementary – Snelling and Englewood
Ward 5 – Como Park High School – 740 Rose Avenue West
Ward 6 – Johnson High School – 1349 Arcade Street
Ward 7 – Harding High School – 1540 East 6th Street
To see how you can help out at your Caucus & Ward Convention see the Ward Coordinator Contact List through the Saint Paul City DFL :http://
Now is the time to get involved in City politics! Like Beth Commers said at our meeting, city issues effect your life every day – get involved!! See you all next Tuesday!