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Hennepin County Commissioner District 4

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    Angela Conley
    (NP)

Información Biográfica

If elected, what will your top three priorities be and why? (750 characters)

What actions would you take, if any, to address affordability of housing in your county? (500 characters)

How would you ensure election laws do not create barriers to Minnesotans’ freedom to vote while also ensuring safe and secure elections? (500 characters)

What do you see as the biggest challenges to mental health and social services in your county, and how would you address them? (500 characters)

If there were to be budget cuts during your term, what are the most essential county services that you would advocate to preserve? (500 characters)

Campaign Website http://www.voteconley.com
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Campaign Mailing Address P.O. BOX 7213
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55407
Access to safe and accessible housing and shelter, Environmental justice through community farming and land initiatives to repair historical harm. Climate action through transit equity and racial justice in maternal health. These are top issues affecting the most marginalized residents of Hennepin County and I will continue making them my priority.
Since my term began, Hennepin County has invested over $90 Million in affordable housing including deeply affordable units, shelter expansion and homeownership opportunities for BIPOC residents. This is work that must continue and I am committed to doing just that.
I am a strong advocate for our freedom to vote. I will work with our partners at the House and Senate to protect this precious right.
The biggest problem is access and intersectionality as well as cultural responsiveness. Our mental health system needs to be culturally informed to be successful and should intersect with housing services, treatment services and employment services. I will advocate to move funding in order to support an intersectional approach to mental health and social services in Hennepin County.
We cannot balance the budget on the backs of our residents. Its seems as if when budget cuts occur, they occur for programs that benefit our lowest income residents, our elders and our youth. Our County is big and there are ways that I would look internally at what could be cut to preserve services for those who need them the most.