Angie Craig is committed to public health and has advocated for clean air and clean water in Minnesota.
Craig has spent much of her career in public health, and has risen to the executive level at two healthcare companies, including Fortune 500, St. Paul-based St. Jude Medical. She is a member of the Democratic Farm-Labor Caucus and has advocated for clean water and clean air initiatives and is committed to growing the renewable energy sector through investment in wind, solar and energy efficiency. She has served on the Inver Hills Community College Foundation Board and, previously, she worked as a newspaper reporter. She is the first openly LGBTQ Member of Congress from Minnesota.
As a representative, Craig will advocate for reducing carbon emissions and help to address climate change. She will fight to protect Minnesota’s clean water and is committed to growing the renewable energy sector through investment in wind, solar and energy efficiency. She is the first openly LGBTQ member of Congress from Minnesota.
Craig joins the U.S. House after defeating Representative Jason Lewis, who was named to LCV’s House Dirty Dozen list and earned a 0% lifetime score on LCV’s National Environmental Scorecard.
In her own words:
“Climate change is a threat to our environment and the health and safety of all Americans. But it also presents us with a great opportunity to create economic growth through smart public policies. We must continue to encourage growth in the renewable energy sector, and become a world leader in innovation.”
Angie Craig for Congress.