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EMILY’s List Congratulates Mayor Emily Larson on Winning Her Second Term as Duluth Mayor

For Immediate Release
November 5, 2019

EMILY’s List Congratulates Mayor Emily Larson on Winning Her Second Term as Duluth Mayor

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Today, EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, congratulated Mayor Emily Larson on winning a second term as mayor of Duluth, Minnesota. EMILY's List President Stephanie Schriock released the following statement:

“EMILY’s List congratulates Mayor Emily Larson on her well-deserved victory. Emily has been a fierce advocate for Duluth’s women and working families during her first term as mayor and has championed pressing issues that will bolster future generations like access to affordable housing, addressing the climate crisis and building a robust green economy, and equal pay for equal work. EMILY’s List is thrilled that Mayor Larson will be back at the table fighting for Duluth families in City Hall.”

Mayor Larson has an impressive career serving the people of Duluth as President of the Duluth City Council, a commissioner on the Duluth Economic Development Authority, and now as mayor. Throughout her time as Duluth’s chief executive, she has prioritized reducing greenhouse gas emissions, creating safer and more affordable housing throughout Duluth, addressing the opioid epidemic, and securing funding to improve the city's infrastructure and rebuild roads. First elected in 2015, Mayor Larson is the first woman to serve as mayor of Duluth. She lives in the city with her husband Doug and their two sons.

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