Elections

Make Your Voice Heard...

The 2018 elections give Minnesotans a unique opportunity elevate aging. Whether you are attending a candidate forum, a debate, or a party caucus, the materials below can help you infuse aging into the local conversation.

Get the Facts


Information about aging - demographics and the players.

Fact Sheet

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Story Sheet

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Important Aging Contacts

Find contacts for the House of Representatives, Senate, and Minnesota State Government.

Paying for Aging Services

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Amplify Your Voice


Find and contract your candidates and submit letters or caucus resolutions.

Contact a Candidate

Take time to contact a member of Congress to talk about your thoughts on federal policy and issues such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Sample Letters & Resolutions

Download a sample caucus resolution for the DFL party. Download a caucus resolution form for the GOP party.

Find Your Caucus

To find your caucus visit the MN Secretary of State website. Information is available for both major political parties.

Capture Your Story

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Influence the Conversation
Download flyers with quick facts, critical questions to ask your candidates, and web resources for more information.
  1. Aging in Place & Communities for a Lifetime
  2. Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia
  3. Caregiving for a Family Member or Friend
  4. Health Care
    1. MNLCOA's Statement on Health Care Reform
    2. MNLCOA's Report on Integration of Care
    3. MNLCOA's Summit Report on Integration of Care
  5. Health Equity
    1. MNLCOA's Health Equity Fact Sheet
  6. Home & Community Based Services
  7. Housing
  8. Mental Health
    1. MNLCOA's Comments on Mental Health
  9. Retirement Income
  10. Transportation
  11. Workforce
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