Committee on Political Education (COPE)
MFT members are fired up and ready to go for the 2020 election
to demand the schools our students deserve!
What is COPE?
MFT59 Committee on Political Education (COPE) is one way we build power to win the schools our students, educators and families deserve. We engage in electoral politics at the local level - school board, our state legislative seats, attorney general, secretary of state, state auditor and governor.
How are we building political power?
COPE supports candidates who support Minneapolis Public Schools by:
advocating at the state level for increased funding for our schools
supporting worker and union rights
partnering with us in their governance
In addition to candidates, COPE contributes to political parties when it is in the interest of our endorsed candidates. To sign up for COPE to visit your site, fill out this form: Click Here
To learn more about upcoming events, training or request a training, please contact our COPE Chair, Natasha Dockter, at firstname.lastname@example.org
School Board Doorknock - Sunday 10/16 from 1-4pm
Come out and door knock to support our school board candidates! Arrive at MFT at 1:00 pm. Never door knocked before? No problem! Training and instructions will be provided. See our Facebook Event for more details.
School Board Phonebank - Tuesday 10/25 from 5-8pm
Come out and make phone calls to support our school board candidates! Arrive at MFT at 5:00 pm. Never made political calls before? No problem! Training and instructions will be provided. Our community is eager to hear from educators about why we support our candidates. See our Facebook Event for more details.
Fathia Feerayarre (website)
Lori Norvell (website)