DFL chair reelected to lead Association of State Democratic Committees

DFL chair reelected to lead Association of State Democratic Committees Photo: KSTP.

Updated: January 21, 2021 01:17 PM
Created: January 21, 2021 01:05 PM

Thursday, the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party Chairman was unanimously reelected to serve as president of the Association of State Democratic Committees. 

According to the Democratic National Committee, the ASDC works with state parties to “elect Democrats at all levels of office.” 

“I am honored to have been unanimously re-elected to serve a third term as President of the ASDC and I look forward to continuing our important work of strengthening Democratic infrastructure across America,” said ASDC President Ken Martin. “During my first two terms as ASDC President, I worked hard to secure historic agreements with Chair Perez and the DNC that greatly improved coordination between state and national Democratic parties and helped build the structures needed to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. I look forward to continuing our party’s work of electing champions for justice, freedom, fairness, and opportunity for all Americans.

This marks Martin's third term as head of the ASDC. 

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