Senator Jeff Hayden on FIRST PERSON RADIO 11/2/16

Join Laura Waterman Wittstock and Roy Taylor on Wednesday November 2, 2016 as they talk with Minnesota Senator Jeff Hayden (DFL), District 62 about his upcoming re-election bid. Hayden currently sits on the following:
 
This year Senator Hayden is looking to build on past progress and keep Minnesota moving forward. Some of his priorities this year have been the Healthy Eating, Here at Home bill, which would make buying healthy food easier for low-income Minnesotans, and the establishment of a working group to study and prevent domestic violence against Asian and Pacific Islander women. Another major goal of Senator Hayden is to increase the MFIP (Minnesota Family Investment Program) cash grant by $100 for all recipients, helping low-income families better afford transportation and child care.

Jeff Hayden was first elected as State Senator to Senate District 61 in an October 2011 special election. Prior to his election to the State Senate, Senator Hayden had served as State Representative to House District 61B since 2008. During his time in the House, he was elected by the DFL Caucus as an Assistant Minority Leader. Senator Hayden served on several committees in the Minnesota House of Representatives, including Health Care and Human Services Finance, State Government Finance and Government Operations and Elections. In the Legislature, Senator Hayden has advocated for the progressive political change that he has fought for in his community for decades, including issues on economic justice, and enacting a single payer health care system to cover every Minnesotan with quality affordable health 

 

 

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