Restore Everyone’s
Confidence in Elections

The Office of the Secretary of State should not be a partisan operation, and the laws should not favor one party over another. Let’s change that so all Minnesotans have confidence in elections. 

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About Kim

“Do to others as you would have them do to you.” - Luke 6:31

I was blessed to be born and raised in Minnesota. My family has deep roots here dating to back to the post— Civil War era. I love history, so I went to Philadelphia to study the law where the Constitution was born. I made my way home because there is no other place like Minnesota. 

Choosing elected representatives is one of our most precious rights. Today citizens across the political spectrum question election results; these doubts divide us, threatening our democratic republic. As your Secretary of State, I will work to restore confidence in Minnesota’s elections by enforcing the laws on the books, and working with the legislature and election officials across the state to upgrade how we vote and how it is counted. Let’s make sure we offer first-class service to thank employers for doing business here. Minnesota deserves nothing less.

On the Issues

Vote local and safeguard the vote
Return to the civic traditions that unite us on Election Day. Pass a comprehensive election reform package (see issues page for details).
Require election judges to accept/reject all absentee ballots.
Educate city and county election officials on the party balance rule and its requirements. In 2020 58% of votes were cast by absentee ballot.
Ban third-party voter interference.
Mark Zuckerberg spent over $400 million to get out the vote in “blue” districts across the nation, including over $7 million to Minnesota’s local governments.
Reduce 46-day “early voting” season.
Instead of 46 long days of “early voting” let’s return to a reasonable week or two before Election Day.
Reverse mail ballot trend in Greater Minnesota.
Sec. Simon has worked hard to shift Greater Minnesota townships to vote by mail instead of voting in-person with bi-partisan election judges present.
Protect vulnerable citizens.
The elderly, homeless, and non-English speaking citizens are being exploited for their votes.

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Restore Everyone’s
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