There is too much at stake in the next five weeks for us to let up. The future of our health care is on the ballot. Rebuilding an economy that works for every Minnesotan is on the ballot. Medicare and Social Security are on the ballot. A woman’s right to choose is on the ballot. With all of that on the line and more, it is absolutely vital that everyone turns out to vote for Joe Biden, Tina Smith and the full DFL ticket on November 3rd.
Today, Vice President Joe Biden endorsed U.S. Representative Angie Craig in the race for Minnesota’s Second Congressional District.
Today, U.S. Representative Angie Craig received the endorsement of several local mayors, demonstrating her broad support across Minnesota’s Second Congressional District from leaders in this bipartisan role.
Today, U.S. Representative Angie Craig released a new ad – “Sacrifice” – highlighting her extensive and tireless work to rid politics of corrupt special interests and restore faith in our democratic process, moving us closer to a government that works for Minnesotans.
Last week, U.S. Representative Angie Craig completed her tour of small businesses across the Second District. Following a visit to Northfield with Mayor Rhonda Pownell and the local Chamber of Commerce, Craig continued on a small business listening tour in every county in the Second District, visiting mayors and business owners in Red Wing, Wabasha, Zumbrota, Saint Paul Park, South Saint Paul and Savage to hear about their needs as the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Minnesota’s economy. Photos of the events are included below.
On this Labor Day, U.S. Representative Angie Craig received endorsements from several prominent labor leaders across Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District. In Congress, Craig has been a tireless advocate for organized labor and hardworking Minnesotans, working to expand protections for union-workers, ensure equal pay for equal work and eliminate all forms of discrimination in the workplace.
Today, 16 members of the Minnesota Democratic Farmer Labor Party – including every single member of the DFL caucus representing Minnesotans in the Second Congressional District – endorsed Angie Craig’s re-election campaign. Citing her record of bipartisan achievement and commitment to creating stronger communities and an economy that works for every Minnesotan, members of the Minnesota Senate and House of Representatives offered their support to Craig’s campaign this November.
Today, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce endorsed Angie Craig’s campaign in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District, citing her bipartisan record of pro-growth and pro-small business policies. As a former executive at a major Minnesota manufacturer, Angie has the real-world business and leadership experience to help rebuild Minnesota’s economy following the COVID-19 pandemic. The Chamber’s endorsement builds on an emerging pattern of support for commonsense, workhorse members who have demonstrated a willingness to work with both parties to help to create jobs and economic growth.
Today, U.S. Representative Angie Craig released her first ad of the cycle, “Mom,” in which she shares her personal story of growing up in a family that struggled to access affordable health care – highlighting her work in Congress to stand up for Minnesota working families by lowering the out-of-pocket costs for health care for her constituents.
Today, the Minnesota Farm Bureau PAC endorsed U.S. Representative Angie Craig for re-election in Minnesota’s Second Congressional District. The Farm Bureau – which represents farm and ranch families across the country dedicated to building a better future for agriculture producers in the United States – threw its support behind Craig’s campaign, citing her long record of bipartisan achievement for the agricultural community in Minnesota. As a member of the House Agriculture Committee, Angie has championed bipartisan policies that will ensure economic security and market access for agricultural producers and has regularly invited farmers from the Second District to the Capitol to advocate for family farmers in Washington.