DFL Party Announces the Hiring of a New Executive Assistant
Today, the Minnesota DFL Party announced the hiring of Madison Growe, who will serve as the new executive assistant to the chair of the DFL Party.
Growe was born and raised in Minnesota and got her start in community organizing while working for AmeriCorps. Most recently, Growe was the organizing director for the Walz/Flanagan campaign and the DFL Coordinated Campaign. She has previously worked for Senator Amy Klobuchar in a variety of capacities.
“Madison Growe is an incredibly talented organizer and I am thrilled she is joining us at the DFL Party,” said DFL Party Chairman Ken Martin. “While some consider 2023 to be an off-year, I see it as a build-year where we must dig in and lay the foundation for future victories. Madison’s hiring will aid in that work tremendously and help us create the infrastructure needed to keep Minnesota blue and keep delivering for people across the state.”
“I look forward to working alongside Chairman Martin and the rest of the DFL Party team to build power for our party and our movement,” said Madison Growe. “We have the opportunity to do so much good for Minnesotans these next two years, and I am extremely excited to be part of that important work.”