The Revolutionary Minnesota Progressive Candidates of 2020

The Minnesota Democratic Primary is on August 11, 2020. Find the most revolutionary Minnesota progressive candidates running, and their policies. For the purpose of this list, “most revolutionary” means that each candidate meets the following two criteria:

LAST UPDATED: August 12, 2020

Minnesota Progressive Candidates for Congress

U.S. Senate

Paula Overby for U.S. Senate

Paula Overby (D) – “A Real Path to Real Reform.” Medicare for All • Political Reform • Public Funded Elections • Student Debt Forgiveness • Worker Protections • Worker Cooperatives • Rebuild Modern Infrastructure • Renewable Energy • Environmental Conservation • Wealth Tax • Social Equity • Prison Reform • End War on Drugs • Digital Privacy • Consumer Protections • Immigration Reform • Paid Family Leave • End Domestic Violence • Separation of Church and State • End Declarations of War by Executive Order • Gun Control • Demilitarize Police • Accepts no Corporate Money

U.S. House

MN-04 Reid Rossell for U.S. House

Reid Rossell (D) – “Working Together, to Create the Solutions to the issues That Matter Most to Us.” Medicare for All • Clean and Fair Elections • Black Lives Matter • Women’s Reproductive Rights • Protect our Water, No Mine, No Line 3 • Public Education Is an Investment • Living Wages • Legalize Marijuana • Immigration Reform • Abolish ICE • Gun Sense • Accepts No Corporate Money

MN-04 David Sandbeck for U.S. House

David Sandbeck (D) – “Sandbeck for Congress.” David Sandbeck supports… Medicare for All • Privacy Protections • Fair Trade Deals • Indigenous Rights • Forgive All Student Debt • Universal College • Green New Deal • Marijuana Legalization • Take On Military Industrial Complex • End Corporate Cash in Elections • Accepts No Corporate Money

MN-05 Les Lester for U.S. House

Les Lester (D) – “Together We Can Win.” Medicare for All • Public Education • Affordable Housing • Gun Control • Immigration Reform • Campaign Reform • Climate Action • Green New Deal • Racism Reduction • Accepts No Corporate Money

MN-05 Ilhan Omar for U.S. House

Ilhan Omar (D) incumbent – “Ilhan for Congress.” Ilhan Omar supports… Medicare for All • Public Education • Universal Pre-K • Universal School Meals • Tuition Free College • Cancel All Student Debt • $15 Minimum Wage • Paid Family Leave • Worker-Owned Cooperatives • Guaranteed Federal Jobs Program • Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining • Reinstate Glass-Steagal Act • Break Up Big Banks • Fair, Progressive Tax System • Just Immigration System • Green New Deal • Restorative Justice Practices • Housing as a Human Right • Rebuild Resilient St • Reduce Military Budget • Diplomacy First Foreign Policy • Fair Trade Agreements • Fully-Fund Veteran Benefits • LGBTQIA Rights and Protections • Arts and Humanities • Clean Elections • Overturn Citizens United • Strengthen Voting Rights • Accepts No Corporate Money

MN-05 Toya Woodland for U.S. House

Toya Woodland (G) – “We’re Bringing Back Integrity.” Medicare for All • Public Education Reform • Affordable Housing • Justice Reform • Descendants of Slavery Reparations • U.S. Debt Management • U.S. Advanced Technology Leadership • End Domestic Violence • Climate Action • Accepts No Corporate Money

2020 Minnesota progressive candidates are revolutionary!

Candidates in Other States

See the 2020 progressive candidates running in other states by clicking on the links below.

Presidential Candidates

Find a list of the most progressive 2020 Presidential candidates at “Progressive Candidates List of 2020: Medicare 4 All & No Corp Money!

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