Don’t forget to Caucus next Tuesday! Caucuses are on 2/4

Precinct caucuses are Tuesday, February 4! This is a great opportunity to get involved, as caucus-goers will be called on to vote on resolutions for change and elect delegates to our district-wide convention. It’s also a good opportunity to meet neighbors who you never knew were politically active. If you’ve been caucusing for decades, you won’t want to miss this one; if you’ve never caucused before, this is a great year to start. We’re counting on your energy in your precincts to carry us through our district convention in March, and to a DFL majority in November.

We have a wealth of information on our caucus page, including information on where to go for your own caucus. If you don’t know your precinct, you can look it up here. And if you live on the 64B side and you’re not sure who’s running, be sure to check listen to the audio from last night’s candidate forum, available at The Race for 64B, courtesy of Tim Nelson.

Phone Bank for Mayor Chris Coleman

Help out the Re-Elect Coleman for Mayor Campaign before the St. Paul Caucuses! There will be a phone banking event on Sunday, April 14.

Here are the details:
Pre-Precinct Phone Bank
AFSCME Council 5 Office
300 Hardman Ave. S, South St. Paul
5:30 – 8:30 pm

For more information contact Emily Weber at emilywebermn@gmail.com. This is a perfect way to get involved in the city election! Come out and support our Mayor!

Precinct/Associate Chair Training, 5/9

There will be a training session for Precinct Chairs and Associate Chairs at 6pm on Wednesday, May 9. The meeting will take place in Olin-Rice Hall, Rm. 150 before the Executive Committee meeting. We encourage precinct chairs to stay for the 7pm Meeting and the 8pm adjournment to Groveland tap.

Precinct Chair Training, 6/12

Saturday, June 12 at 9am, Olin-Rice Hall, Macalester Campus (this location may change, so check again before you head out). If you weren’t able to make the first training, we hope you can join us at this one!