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.
As summer comes to a close and teachers and students prepare to return to classrooms, virtual learning or a mix of both all across Minnesota, U.S. Representative Angie Craig announced Educators for Angie – a group of endorsements from local teachers demonstrating her widespread support from educators in the Second Congressional District of Minnesota. In Congress, Angie has been a stalwart supporter of students and teachers alike – fighting to secure full funding for public schools, advocating for full support of Special Education programs in Minnesota and working to expand career skills and technical training opportunities for all students.
Today the National Farmers Union PAC endorsed U.S. Representative Angie Craig’s campaign for re-election in Minnesota’s Second Congressional District. The Farmers Union in Minnesota is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the economic interests of family farmers, ranchers and rural residents all across the state. As a member of the bipartisan Agriculture Committee, Angie has worked […]
This afternoon, U.S. Rep. Angie Craig addressed an audience of agricultural producers gathered virtually at the annual Farmfest candidate forum – where she demonstrated once again to constituents in the Second Congressional District why she’s the right representative to fight for family farmers in Congress. A member of the House Committee on Agriculture, her record of securing bipartisan achievements on behalf of family farmers has set her apart in Congress, where she fights every day to make sure Washington is working for Minnesota – not the other way around.
Following the release of a new study which found that 5.4 million Americans lost their employer-sponsored health insurance between February and May of this year, Representative Angie Craig today called on the United States Senate to immediately take up and pass her bill to bring down the cost of health care for Americans enrolled in plans on the individual marketplace.
Today, Representative Angie Craig announced that her reelection campaign brought in more than $725,000 in the second quarter of 2020, with over 91% of donors contributing $200 or less. Craig has now raised more than $3.5 million this cycle and has approximately $2.5 million cash on hand.