January 21, 2020
Weekly Update Vol.2019

Lino Lakes Guns & Hoses Hockey Fundraiser!

Commit to be counted 2020!!

The Quad Area Chamber is offering info on the upcoming Census!    We need to be counted.   More Info

This Month's Blog Post

Throughout 2020 in the Weekly Update I will be adding an article related to the use of the Chamber Nation Platform that is part of your membership package.   This will begin with the basic info and things that you as a member need to use to get the most out of your investment in the QACC. 

QACC Annual Membership Meeting February 6, 2020

Registration will go live following the Board Meeting on the January 23rd!

Info MN Residents should be aware of..

Minnesota is likely going to lose one of its seats in the U.S. House after the next round of reapportionment — when the allocation of congressional seats is redistributed based on the 2020 Census — dropping the state’s current eight to seven. 

It’s not that Minnesota isn’t gaining population; it just isn’t gaining it fast enough compared to other states.

If Minnesota loses a seat in the U.S. House, it will be the first time that’s happened since 1960. As if that isn’t already a blow to the state’s collective self-esteem, Minnesota would then have fewer seats than Wisconsin. And have the same number as Alabama. 

That’s the bad news out of last month’s release of state-by-state population estimates from  the U.S. Census Bureau and a reapportionment analysis by Election Data Services, a Virginia-based political consulting firm.

The good news? There’s still a shot that the state could hold on to its eight current seats.

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