Sen. Hoffman votes for Capital Investment bill to create thousands of jobs & protect state assets.
- Co-Author: Anoka Ramsey Community College: 16, 282,000
- Co-Author: Coon Rapids Recycling Center Expansion: 316,000
- Co-Author: Anoka County CSAH 12/TH 65 Grade Separations: 1,500,000
- Co-Author: Anoka County East River Road/TH 610: 1,500,000
- Co-Author: Anoka County US10/US169 Interchanges: 8,400,000
- Chief Author: Anoka County Rice Creek North Regional Trail: 500,000
- Chief Author: Three Rivers Park District Mississippi Gateway Regional Park: 5,000,000
- Chief Author: Champlin Mississippi Point Park Improvements: 3,450,000
- Co-Author: North Hennepin Community College: 1,950,000
- Co-author: Hennepin Technical College: 1,189,000
- Chief Author Total: 8,950,000
- Total: 40,133,000
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
These are unprecedented times as we are all trying to keep one another safe, trying to keep afloat working together to get through. Even in these uncharted waters, our campaign is underway. Together we can address issues that are important. Your voice matters, your opinion on our best way forward is critical, especially in these times.
I have always believed in the common good and ground. When I was running in 2012 and again in 2016 you asked that I set aside the bickering and finger pointing and work together to get things done. From the Millpond in Champlin, the Hanson Blvd bridge in Coon Rapids, and the work on 169 in Brooklyn park this is how I delivered for our communities, this is how we get things done. Do we agree all the time? No, but working from a place where we CAN agree is progress. It is the Minnesota Way.
Working together through November, we will develop a comprehensive proactive agenda to take to the state senate. Together, we must roll up our sleeves. We can do this. Our work together is too important, your voice is too important. I hope I have earned your support once again. Please join me as together we can.
I am grateful to represent you and our communities through this process. Thank you for the honor of representing Champlin, Brooklyn Park, and Coon Rapid’s priorities at the Capitol—good schools, safe neighborhoods, quality roads, compassionate care for our elderly and people with disabilities, fair tax policy, and good-paying jobs are local values we all care about.
We must continue to work together on both sides of the aisle to benefit District 36 and all the citizens of the state of Minnesota.