Building on Minnesota's Momentum
Friends and family it's been an honor to serve in the Minnesota House. I've made amazing friends here from all political spectrums. Sen. Katie Sieben has decided to leave the legislature and I've decided to run for her open seat. If every House and Senate member had the opportunity to work with a friend and amazing legislator like her, the world would be an even better place. That said, the stakes are high this fall. We can go back to the same old politics of a do-nothing GOP controlled legislature, or flip the House and keep control of the Senate. I will be out talking with you in these last few days about how can we move our district and our state forward. I look forward to earning your support next Tuesday, November 8.
Fighting for Minnesotans
HISTORIC INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION
Dan Schoen made good on his commitment to pay back the money owed to our schools and voted to make historic investments in education -- including all-day kindergarten for every Minnesota child. He also voted for the largest financial aid increase in a generation, including a tuition freeze at Minnesota state colleges and universities to help Minnesota students pay for college.
LOWER TAXES FOR MIDDLE-CLASS MINNESOTANS
Thanks to the direct property tax relief passed by the Legislature in 2013 and 2014, Minnesotans will be paying less property taxes statewide for the first time in more than a decade. Dan Schoen also voted to use a significant portion of the 2014 budget surplus to cut taxes for more than a million Minnesotans.
A Progressive Champion
A STRONG ECONOMY AND MORE JOBS
More than 50,000 jobs have been created in Minnesota since the 2013 session began, which means all of the jobs lost during the Great Recession have been recovered. He helped build on this progress with new investments proven to spur middle class job creation, such as job training initiatives and incentives for business expansions.
ECONOMIC SECURITY FOR WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES
Dan Schoen was a proud supporter of the Women's Economic Security Act, which promotes equal pay for equal work, enhances protections for victims of domestic violence, strengthens workplace protections for women -- including pregnant women and new mothers -- and helps women learn skills in high-wage jobs where women are underrepresented.
Real Life Experience
ABOUT DAN SCHOEN
After graduating from MACCRAY High School in 1993, I earned my Criminal Justice degree from Ridgewater College in Willmar. I went on to work there for five years as a Paramedic, where I was the founding President of the International Association of Firefighters Local 3943. I am currently a member of the MN Police & Peace Officers Association and The Fraternal Order of Police.
I am a resident of Saint Paul Park and serve on the Board of Directors for the St. Paul Park/Newport Lions Club, who awarded me the Melvin Jones Fellowship for Humanitarian Services in 2011.
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