Mayoral Candidate Forum on Climate Resilience & Energy Access Print E-mail
Written by John Farrell   

 

Co-sponsored with Community Power,

Think Again MN is hosting a mayoral candidate forum

 

Thursday, June 29

6:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

 

Open Book in the Target Performance Hall

1011 Washington Ave S, Minneapolis, 55454

 

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What will Minneapolis prioritize and prepare for over the next four years? Come listen to candidates seeking to represent you as Mayor of Minneapolis as they answer questions about our local energy future that unite multiple important social issues including housing, climate resilience, racial equity, and workforce development for clean energy jobs.

Co-hosted by Community Power (of Minneapolis Energy Options), MN350, and Think Again MN.

If you are not able to make this particular evening, help spread the word to build up attendance, and encourage our next local elected leaders to provide strong, visionary leadership! http://www.communitypowermn.org/ward_forums

**Community Power, MN350, & Think Again MN do NOT endorse candidates. The purpose of these events is to highlight the importance and connectedness of local energy issues, and give a platform for residents to educate themselves about what city candidates plan to work on and prioritize over the next four years**
 
 
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