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The PCR is Back!

What’s the PCR? For years, the State of Minnesota had a program in place where individuals  are able to contribute to a fund for state political party units or candidates running for state office and receive a rebate for that contribution.

That Means You Can Contribute to Us for Free!

Here’s the details:  a registered voter can contribute $50 to Senate District 48 DFL ($100 for a couple), we’ll provide you with a receipt and form to complete and mail to the State of Minnesota. In 4 to 6 weeks, you’ll receive a check for $50 ($100 for a couple) from the Minnesota Department of Revenue.

Your contribution is a local, grass roots investment that will directly help Democratic candidates at the local, state, and national levels. It will help us build local infrastructure, train volunteers, publicize our progressive message, groom local candidates for higher office, and generously fund candidates in 2012.

Make a difference!

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How to Register to Vote in Minnesota

You can register to vote online, by mail, or in person with your local election official OR at the polls on Election Day.

Once you register, you can check your status using the state’s online Voter Status search.


You can register to vote online using the MN Secretary of State’s Online Voter Registration Application.

By Mail

To register by mail, download and complete the Minnesota Voter Registration Application.

The form is designed so that when you fold it, the return address is already printed for you.

NOTE: Visit the state’s Voter Registration Applications section if you need another a special version of the form (e.g., a large print version or one in another language).

In Person

Using the same Minnesota Voter Registration Application, you can register in person at your local county elections office OR at the polls on Election Day. Find your polling place here.

If you register on Election Day, you must bring the required identification documents listed below under Required Identification for MN Elections.


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On Selecting Candidates and Voting in Minnesota

Think Again Minnesota’s January 19th (2016) election information forum in Brooklyn Park helped prepare voters for their precinct caucuses and political party conventions.

via DemocraticVisions

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In an email sent yesterday David Hann expressed his support for Adam Seidel & Murshid Barud for Eden Prairie School Board:

Dear Friend,


I have received a number of messages asking my opinion of the candidates fortomorrow’s EP School Board election.  As a former school board member, I think those elected play a vital role in the governance of our schools.  Fortunately, I believe we have some good people who have decided to run this year.

There are two candidates I have known for some time, and for whom I intend to vote; Murshid Barud and Adam Seidel.  Murshid has been very active in local and state politics and was a strong support for me in my last election.  He is a Republican, and given the changing demographics in Eden Prairie, he would play an important role as a member of the Board.  Adam Seidel is also a Republican and has been politically active.  He will make a strong connection with many of the younger families who have moved into Eden Prairie in recent years.

Please join me in supporting these two candidates for Eden Prairie School Board.

Thank You,

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