Come join the DFL district 63 for our annual taco bar fundraiser on Sunday, March 25th from 2:00 to 6:00 pm at Town Hall Lanes! Best of all, meet the officials and candidates running for election this year to turn our country BLUE!
We will have wonderful merchandise for sale to show the world that you are part of the 2018 Blue Wave sweeping the country! There will be a cash bar and a kids area too.
Click here to RSVP (RSVP not required - just gives us an idea of how many to expect).
The SD63 convention is March 24, 11 AM at South High, 3131 S. 19th Ave, Minneapolis. The SD63 convention will be deciding the election of at-large SD63 party officials (every position except precinct chairs), constitutional changes, the endorsement of candidates for state representative, and the election of delegates to the CD5 and state DFL conventions.
The CD5 convention is May 5, 11:30 AM at Henry High School, 4320 N Newton Ave. Minneapolis. CD5 will be electing party officers and endorsing a candidate for the US House.
The Minneapolis convention is May 12, 9AM at North Community High School, 1500 James Ave N. Minneapolis will be electing party officers and endorsing candidates for school board.
The Hennepin County convention is May 19, 11 AM at Patrick Henry High, 4320 N. Newton Ave, Minneapolis. Hennepin County will be considering the endorsement of candidates for county sheriff, county attorney, and commissioners.
DFL Senate District 63
Monday, April 2nd, 2018, 6:30 PM
347 East 36th St
Minneapolis, MN 55408
- Candidate Visits
- Post Convention Wrap Up
- Post Fundraiser wrap up
- Roles of Central Committee Members
All are welcome! The voting members include:
- Precinct Chairs (Vice Chairs serve as alternates)
- Senate District Directors
- Senate District Officers
- All members of the State Central Committee or CD5 Central Committee residing in the district
For assistance or questions, please contact the appropriate officer(s):
Contribute to our local Senate District 63 DFL Party, and do it for free
ENDS JULY 1. IT'S BACK!
Somehow, MNGOP legislators forgot to renew the suspension of the the Political Contribution Refund program, so once again Minnesotans can contribute $50 per individual or $100 per couple to the state candidate or political party unit of their choice – and get it refunded right back within weeks.
Participating in the Political Contribution Refund program is easy: just fill out this form and send it in with your emailed contribution receipt.