No matter what part of Minnesota you’re from, having a safe, stable place to come home to is the foundation for our wellbeing. But Minnesota is facing a housing crisis that is making it harder for people -- many struggling to make ends meet -- find and afford a safe place of their own. It's time to take care of all of us; together we can ensure everyone, regardless of zip code, has a place to live our lives and care for our families. 

Minnesota Housing Partnership (MHP) and Homes for All MN have invited candidates for the Minnesota House of Representatives and the Minnesota State Senate to complete a 2020 Candidate Questionnaire on Housing Issues. The questionnaire covers issues from health and housing, to the impacts of coronavirus, to racial disparities in homeownership, and more. View the full questionnaire and the responses as they come in over the next few weeks by following this link.

Engage your candidates! 

First, find your district here and your corresponding candidates here

Then follow the steps below: 

  1. Tweet directly at your candidates and encourage them to complete the questionnaire. Be sure to use the hashtag: #2020HousingVotes and include a link to the questionnaire webpage: https://bit.ly/3h4XDYt. Find sample tweets here.
  2. If your candidate(s) responds, tweet directly at them with thanks for sharing their views. Again, don’t forget to include #2020HousingVotes and include a link to the questionnaire webpage: https://bit.ly/3h4XDYt. Find sample tweets here.
  3. Learn more about how to engage candidates around affordable housing using these resources from National Low-Income Housing Coalition’s Our Homes, Our Votes campaign. 

Who We Are

Homes for All is a statewide coalition that advances shared policy initiatives that lead to housing stability for all Minnesotans. Homes for All supports statewide investment across Minnesota's Housing Continuum.