The federal government is the source of the majority of affordable housing resources for Minnesota, and as a result, Minnesotans have an important stake in effective federal housing policy. Minnesota Housing Partnership directly advocates for sound and well funded federal housing programs and encourages others to take action on federal housing policy.
MHP encourages all housing advocates and supporters to attend the remaining upcoming election debates and ask candidates about the United for Homes campaign.
DFLer Al Franken vs. Republican Mike McFadden
Sunday, Nov. 2 7pm Fitzgerald Theater in St. paul, hosted by Minnesota Public Radio News
2nd Congressional District
GOP Rep. John Kline vs. DFLer Mike Obermueller and IP candidate Paula Overby
Sunday, Nov. 2, KSTP-TV At Issue
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