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  • Volunteer of the Week: Helen Heitz


    Posted: Sep 14 2012
    Helen volunteers because she wants to help Keith be an advocate for people without a voice in politics. “It’s important for people to be involved in the political process. After all, the people we elect make decisions that have a direct impact on our lives,” she says.
  • Ellison Mourns Americans Killed in Libya, Condemns Video That Sparked Attacks


    Posted: Sep 12 2012
    "I am deeply disturbed by the attacks on our diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt. Four Americans have now been killed, including U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens. My heart goes out to their families. They were brave public servants working tirelessly to improve relations with Egypt, Libya, and the rest of the world. This is a tragic loss."
  • Photo of the Week: Keith and Lilly Ledbetter at the 2012 DNC


    Posted: Sep 12 2012
    Our Photo of the Week comes from last week's Democratic National Convention. Keith took time to speak with Lilly Ledbetter, the hero behind President Obama and Congressional Democrat's legislation designed to make sure women can receive equal pay for equal work.
  • Five Reasons to Vote No on Voter Restriction


    Posted: Sep 12 2012
    Every day, more and more Minnesotans are learning the facts about the voter restriction amendment’s dangerous consequences. Watch this video to learn more.
  • Five Reasons to Vote No on the Voter Restriction Amendment


    Posted: Sep 11 2012
    Every day, more and more Minnesotans are learning the facts about the voter restriction amendment’s dangerous consequences. Want to know more? Watch this powerful video and be sure to share it on Facebook and Twitter so your friends know what’s at stake.
  • Voter Restriction "Could Hit 215,000 Minnesota Voters"


    Posted: Sep 10 2012
    The amendment's uncertainty worries advocates for the elderly and poor, as well as students who try to get their fellow students to go to the polls. They fear that the no-brainer for the many will become a barrier for the few -- just enough of a hurdle to keep a significant subset of eligible people home.
  • Volunteer of the Week: Khalid Warsamee


    Posted: Sep 07 2012
    “Over the summer, Khalid came in five days a week and made hundreds of calls,” says Osman Ahmed, community organizer with Ellison for Congress. “He picked up grassroots organizing really fast and has great conversations with voters at their doors as well.”

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