Steve Simon has a plan for improving the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office. Learn more about how he stands on issues relevant to the office.
Steve believes that businesses small and large need a Secretary of State’s office that uses technology to ease the creation of new businesses and new jobs. Making the Secretary of State’s technology platform more “business friendly” will be a top priority for Steve.
The “Safe at Home” program, which the Secretary of State administers, is an address confidentiality program for domestic abuse victims. As a legislator, Steve has made the program stronger. As Secretary of State, he’ll defend those hard-won gains.
“I want to first thank the voters of this great state for the trust they have put in me. I am so honored to be your next Secretary of State.”read more
I have a long track record of supporting MN businesses, and will continue to draw on that experience to insure the Office of the SOS is business-friendly.read more
“Simon, with years of experience working on election legislation requiring bipartisan support, has the most experience navigating the political divide. “read more
Steve Simon, MN SOS candidate, joins Newsmakers on AM 800 KQAD to talk about his campaign, the success of early voting in MN and the future of elections.read more
As Secretary of State, I will continue to defend and strengthen the life-saving, Safe at Home program.read more
As Secretary of State I will continue opposing efforts to weaken our democracy by establishing barriers to voting.read more
Minnesota: For secretary of state, Simon: Pioneer Press editorialread more
The Steve Simon Campaign is running radio ads statewide, which feature Joan Growe, Minnesota Secretary of State, 1974-99 & Vice President Walter Mondale.read more
Steve Simon, DFL Candidate for Minnesota Secretary of State, announced today proposals for the next generation of election reform.read more
The Steve Simon for Secretary of State Campaign launches a 30-second television ad that focuses on Steve Simon’s experience and his commitment to being a Secretary of State for all Minnesotans.read more