Cam Gordon

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Cam Gordon (left)



Cam Gordon is on the Minneapolis City Council.

Minneapolis Riots

In the wake of the 2020 Riots in Minneapolis, Cam Gordon was among Nine of the 13 Minneapolis City Council members who voted to defund police. The other council members were Lisa Bender, Alondra Cano, Phillipe Cunningham, Steve Fletcher, Jeremiah Ellison, Cam Gordon, Andrea Jenkins, and Jeremy Schroeder, who "announced they're planning to disband the police department."[1]

Progressive Minnesota endorsement

Despite the successful effort by conservative Democratic Party forces to deny Progressive Minnesota the opportunity to use fusion in the fall of 1996, the "state legislative candidates that sought our nomination still see themselves as Progressive Minnesota candidates, and we're still backing them in the general election". Progressive Minnesota/New Party endorsed candidates included Ellen Anderson, Karen Clark, Andy Dawkins, Linda Higgins, and Sandy Pappas. Progressive Minnesota has also endorsed Green Party USA State Assembly candidate Cam Gordon.[2]

References

  1. How would defunding the MPD work? City Council member Jeremiah Ellison explains (accessed June 8 2020)
  2. [The Columbus Free Press New Party Online News - November 1996 Running to Win New Party members are busy knocking on doors, hammering down lawn signs, and phoning voters to support NP candidates this fall]