Tuesday February 4 is precinct caucus night. This is the most local political party meeting. Neighbors gather to hear candidates, choose party delegates, and consider issues for their party’s platform. Precinct caucuses are a great way to meet your neighbors and be part of the civic process. You can find your meeting place and learn more about on the Secretary of State website.
Are you attending your precinct caucus? Consider bringing a resolution to Prevent and End Homelessness to your party’s platform.
Resolution to Prevent and End Homelessness
Whereas an estimated 14,000 Minnesotans are homeless on any given night; and,
Whereas, preventing homelessness is the most humane and cost-effective approach to addressing homelessness; and,
Whereas, 248,000 people are paying more than half their income on housing;
Be it resolved that the Legislature and Governor enact policies and resources that promote economic security and housing stability to prevent and end homelessness.