Minnesota Nurses Association Endorses Raymond Dehn for Mayor of Minneapolis

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March 16, 2017 MINNEAPOLIS, MN — This week, Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) endorsed Raymond Dehn for Mayor of Minneapolis.

"Representative Dehn shares nurses’ beliefs and vision for healthcare as a human right for all," said MNA President Mary Turner. "He will advocate for nurses' priorities like access to quality, affordable healthcare; collective bargaining rights for all workers; and the opportunity to succeed no matter where people live or who they are."

“I am honored to receive Minnesota Nurses Association’s endorsement,” said Ray. “I have always stood, marched, and striked alongside Nurses. Minneapolis faces critical health issues, from health care coverage to the public health epidemics of gun violence and substance addiction. MNA has a history of fighting for their patients, and it will be a privilege to continue working with them as the next Mayor of Minneapolis.”

Raymond Dehn, a fourth-generation Northsider and University of Minnesota graduate, is a three-term State Representative serving District 59B, which includes the Northside, Bryn Mawr, North Loop, Elliott Park, and Downtown. During his time at the Capitol, he has raised the minimum wage, championed bipartisan criminal justice reform, and expanded access to healthcare. He lives in the Jordan neighborhood of Minneapolis.