NEWS & UPDATES
EDUCATION MINNESOTA ENDORSES LOGAN
August 2nd, 2020
Education Minnesota is the leading advocate for public education in Minnesota. They consist of 80,000 members working in pre-K-12 schools and higher education institutions statewide. Education Minnesota gives “voice” to the issues that affect educators and their students.
Logan understands the hard work and perseverance teachers put in to teach our children. And as a student, he knows firsthand some of the struggles students and educators face firsthand. Logan wants to ensure a safe, well-funded learning environment for all of our students.
REQUEST YOUR MAIN-IN BALLOT
July 5th, 2020
Requesting a mail-in ballot is easy! You can sign up here: https://www.dfl.org/page/vote-by-mail/
You may request a mail-in ballot and still decide to vote at the polls, as long as your mail-in ballot has not been cast.
Thank you for being a voter and for guarding a better tomorrow!
DFL ENDORSES LOGAN
May 10th, 2020
The Minnesota DFL Party (Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party) has officially endorsed Logan Kortgard as their candidate for Minnesota House Seat 17B and will seek to unseat incumbent Republican Dave Baker in the November 3rd general election.
Kortgard was born and raised in Willmar, Minnesota. As a lifelong member of its community, Kortgard is excited to bring a new generation of legislators to St. Paul to represent the hardworking Minnesotans in Kandiyohi County.
Kortgard is running to make St. Paul work for rural Minnesota and improves the lives of the people of Willmar. One of the biggest concerns for his campaign is to improve the health care system, Minnesotans struggle with stacking medical bills, hefty co-pays, and rising pharmaceutical costs. As a type one diabetic himself, Kortgard understands the importance of keeping drug costs low and accessible for Minnesotans.
It is time to usher in a new generation of leaders in St. Paul, to reflect the voices of rural Minnesotans who are far too often forgotten, and to end the partisan gridlock that has plagued our state for too long.