You’re Invited | When the Polls Close: What Happened and What it Means for 2013

As y’all know, Minnesota was ranked the most civically engaged state in 2009 due to our high rates of voting and volunteerism. Let’s keep the tradition alive! Remember to cast your ballot and make your voice heard today. Given how tight a lot of races and amendments appear, you can be sure that your vote will count! For details on your polling place, visit the Secretary of State’s Pollfinder. #GOTV
When the Polls Close: What Happened and What it Means for 2013

What Happened and What it Means for 2013

Due to a large number of retirements and redistricting, we know the 2013 Minnesota legislature will look very different. Join your colleagues to get a first look at the political makeup of the new Legislature the day after Election Day at Polls Are Closed: What Happened and What it Means for 2013 on November 7 from 9 – 10:30 a.m. at Wilder Center in St. Paul.

Veteran lobbyists Tom Hanson from Winthrop & Weinstine and Kristin Beckmann from Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity will analyze the outcome of the election and predict implications for the 2013 session. The conversation will be moderated by MCN’s public policy director Susie Brown. We invite your attendance and active participation in a lively discussion just hours after the closing of the polls!

Polls Are Closed: What Happened and What it Means for 2013
Wednesday, November 7
9 – 10:30 a.m.
Wilder Center, St. Paul
RSVP now!

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