- Wednesday – August 1 – 6 to 7:30pm
- 106 E 24th St, Minneapolis, MN
Join Henry and Jeff in their beautiful home to enjoy some light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments, and help raise the funds needed to carry the campaign through the final two weeks before the primary. This is a great opportunity to get to know Jen even better and to help introduce her to new supporters! RSVP and invite others on the Facebook event page.
This fundraiser is co-hosted by our current State Representative, Karen Clark.
June 10 – Open Streets Lyndale – 11am to 5pm
July 22 – Open Streets Lake & Minnehaha – 11am to 5pm
Join Jen–the bicycling candidate–at Open Streets on Lyndale and Open Streets Lake & Minnehaha! Every year, Open Streets events provide such a great opportunity to connect with neighbors, build community, and enjoy our streets in a different way.
Stop by our station at 25th St. & Lyndale Ave. on 6/10 and at Lake St. & 11th Ave. on 7/22 for games, art, and great conversations. We’ll be registering folks to vote and collecting hopes for the district, too!
I am incredibly honored to receive the official endorsement of my close friend and mentor, Rep. Karen Clark, who has been a tireless champion for our district.
“I have known and worked with Jen for at least 8 years, working with her as a deeply committed grassroots leader in the Whittier neighborhood and with the Women’s Environmental Institute. Her passion for and ready knowledge of social and environmental justice issues gives me hope and confidence as I leave my legislative office to a successor.”
Today, Jen signed the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge, proudly affirming that she will not accept money from oil, gas, or coal industries.
Climate change is undeniably one of the most important issues of our time. It is also one of the driving reasons Jen decided to run for office, recognizing that state-level offices are well positioned to support the transition to renewable energy, strengthen local environmental protections, and invest in infrastructure built for a changed (and changing) climate.
Minnesota is one of the fastest-warming states in the nation, and the threats we face include hazards such as increased extreme heat, extreme rainfall, and humidity. These hazards will impact water supply, roads and bridges, public health, our environment, and more.
Jen has actively led on reducing green house gas emissions and preparing our communities for climate impacts for more than ten years. Something as far-reaching as climate change requires intentional focus – focus Jen will bring to the legislature as a champion of environmental policies.