Check The Facts
Every election cycle, you are subjected to a flurry of false or misleading claims. Unfortunately, this year is worse than most.
As the mom of a third grader, I want what is best for all kids. I want what is best for the entire community. That is why as your State Representative, I have worked across party lines – casting 432 bipartisan votes – to get things done for Plymouth.
Good Schools for All
Every Plymouth parent knows good schools help our kids and state succeed. Here is how Representative Sarah Anderson made schools better…
- Voted to fully fund all-day kindergarten for every child (2013 HJ3794)
- Carried early childhood education scholarship increase (2015 HF603, HF2670)
- Voted to reduce college tuition (2015 HJ4875)
- Increased higher education funding by $166 million (2015 HJ4875)
Keeping Kids Safe
As the mom of a 3rd grader, nothing is more important to Representative Sarah Anderson than the safety of children.
- Voted to prevent children’s exposure to toxic chemicals (2009 HF2123 HJ3443, 2012 HF2164 HJ8308, 2014 HF3172 HJ9319)
- Voted to ban potentially harmful chemicals in children’s toys and furniture (2015 SF1215 HJ4778)
- Voted for Abigail Taylor Pool Safety Act (2008 SF2833 HJ11961)
- Voted to ban BPA in baby bottles and other children’s food containers (2013 HF459 HJ4446)
- Voted to ban lead in children’s jewelry (2007 SF1262 HJ7467)
- Voted to protect children from abuse and predators (2015 HF8 HJ476, SF1458 HJ5531 and 2013 SF778 HJ6340)
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Protecting What Makes Minnesota Great!
Camping, hiking, snowshoeing, skating, and sledding – my family does it all. We love the outdoors! As your State Representative, I worked across party lines to protect Minnesota’s lakes, streams, and land.
- Voted for $22 million investment in Governor’s water buffer initiative (2015 HF846 HJ5684)
- Toughened penalties to prevent spread of aquatic invasive species (2015 HF846 HJ5684)
- Protected/restored 72,039 acres of land and 115 miles of shoreline (2015 SF2527 HJ8682)
- Banned synthetic microbeads that pollute our waters (2015 HF846 HJ5684)
- Allocated $231 million for water quality improvements (2015 SF2527 HJ8682)
- Dedicated $89 million to parks and trails across the state (2015 SF2527 HJ8682)
- Established a renewable energy standard of 31.5 percent by 2020 (2007 SF4 HJ446 Xcel)
- Expanded energy conservation supported by leading environmental groups (2016 HF3931 HJ7764)