Schulz elected as delegate to National Farmers Union Convention
Tom Schulz of Sebeka was elected to represent Minnesota Farmers Union at the National Convention in Rapid City, S.D., March 14-16. There are four districts in the state, and Schulz will be representing the Northwest section of Minnesota. He was elected at the MFU 68th annual state convention on Sunday, Nov. 22, by other delegates from his district.
"Tom understands Minnesota Farmers Union policy well, and as a delegate he will do a great job at representing our state on the national level. I congratulate Tom on his election and look forward to working with him as we advance the working family farm agenda," said Doug Peterson, Minnesota Farmers Union president.
Delegates to the National Convention will be advocating for the following priorities: stronger action on anti-trust issues, and enforcement of anti-trust laws; and strong support for federal health care reform legislation that offers a robust public option that would allow for all legal residents health care that would not be tied to pre-existing conditions.
Minnesota Farmers Union (www.mfu.org) is a nonprofit membership-based organization working to protect and enhance the economic interests and quality of life of family farmers and ranchers, as well as rural communities.