Demystifying Voting

Join Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and State House Candidate Emma Greenman one week before the election for inspiration and information.

One week before the election, Attorney General Keith Ellison and Minnesota House Candidate are joining us for a conversation structured around voting. Their aim is to demystify voting and to help audience members identify and address misinformation that they might encounter. The state of Minnesota is working tirelessly to ensure that each vote is counted in the upcoming election, and these two leaders are generously taking time from their schedules to help inform the public.

For audience members who would like to be in the Zoom room asking questions, Mixed Blood is proud to partner with WeShowUp for ticket reservations. Unlike most ticketing systems which ask for an up front payment, WeShowUp allows you to reserve for free, and asks after the event what the experience was “worth”. If you are not a Mixed Blood Member, this is where you will make reservations.

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We will also be streaming the event live on Facebook

Keith Ellison

More About Attorney General Keith Ellison:

Attorney General Ellison is the first African American and the first Muslim American to be elected to statewide office in Minnesota.  Prior to his election as Attorney General, Ellison represented Minnesota’s Fifth District in the U.S. House of Representative from 2007-2019 where he defended consumer, worker, environmental, and civil- and human-rights protections for Minnesotans. While in Congress, he founded the Congressional Antitrust Caucus and the Congressional Consumer Justice Caucus. Before entering elective office, he spent 16 years as an attorney specializing in civil-rights and defense law, including five years as executive director of the Legal Rights Center.

Emma Greenman

More About Emma Greenman:

Emma Greenman is the Democratic candidate for Minnesota State House 63B. Greenman is a community organizer and attorney whose legal career began as a public defender, fighting against the injustice in our legal system and over-incarceration of Black, Brown and Indigenous Minnesotans. Learn more by visiting her website: https://emmagreenman.com/