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  • Ellison Helps Launch Democratic Campaign Finance Push


    Posted: Feb 10 2012
    House Democrats, including DFL Rep. Keith Ellison, are renewing their initiative to force new, largely unregulated political action committees to disclose their donors. At a Capitol press conference Thursday, Ellison joined Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and other Democrats to tout a newly reintroduced bill, the DISCLOSE Act, that would ban so-called super PACs from accepting secret donations.
  • VIDEO: Minnesotans Speak Out Against Photo ID Amendment


    Posted: Feb 06 2012
    Minnesotans representing students, seniors, people with disabilities, New Americans, and people of color spoke out against a photo ID amendment and how it would turn their constitutional right to vote into a privilege
  • Attend Your Precinct Caucus on Tuesday, Feb 7


    Posted: Feb 04 2012
    Precinct caucuses are a few short days away, and we want you to participate! Caucuses are a great opportunity to talk to your neighbors about what issues and candidates you support this election cycle.
  • Rep. Ellison: Oppose Photo ID At Your Precinct Caucus


    Posted: Feb 02 2012
    Across the state next week, Minnesotans will introduce resolutions at their precinct caucuses to oppose the photo ID amendment. Rep. Ellison's re-election campaign has been organizing voters in the Fifth District and around the state to attend their caucus, introduce the resolution, and talk to their neighbors about the amendment's dangerous consequences.
  • MN Daily Editorial: 5th District Is In Good Hands


    Posted: Feb 01 2012
    Our state’s politicians could learn something from how Ellison does his job. He works honestly, courageously and in the interest of the people — keeping down student loan interest rates is just the latest example.
  • Get Corporate Money Out of Politics


    Posted: Feb 01 2012
    "We have a democracy of the people, by the people, and for the people--not corporations." Join Keith and add your name to the list of people standing up against unlimited corporate campaign spending.

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