Lori Swanson Gets Results That Touch Lives.

Dear Fellow Minnesotans:

Thank you for the trust and confidence you have placed in me.

It is an honor to represent you as your Attorney General and to work for you in the pursuit of justice for the people of Minnesota.



Lori Swanson is the only state official in the country who kicked collection agencies out of hospital emergency rooms. She is the only state official in the country to stop a rigged arbitration system that was stacking the deck against people in favor of credit card companies. She was one of the first public officials in the country to crack down on fraud in the alternative energy sector. She repeatedly went to bat to protect the financial security of senior citizens. She stood up for rural critical access hospitals to help keep them open. And she shined a spotlight on the potential takeover and transfer of assets of Fairview Health Services to South Dakota-helping to ensure that the University of Minnesota Medical Center, and the related 40,000 private sector technology jobs, continue to incubate jobs in Minnesota.

Lori was named one of the "Top Ten Lawyers in America" by the national publication Lawyers USA. The national publication HealthLeaders named Lori as one of the top 20 Americans making a difference in health care. Lori received the Robert Drinan "Champion of Justice" award for her work to reform the credit arbitration industry. She received the Pro Patria award for her work on behalf of military personnel. And the Drum Major Institute of New York, an organization inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., designated Lori's predatory mortgage lending legislation as one of the top ten policies in America.

Lori Swanson is proof that it matters who holds public office...now, more than ever.

Lori Swanson. Results. That Touch Lives.

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Swanson for Attorney General
P.O. Box 7066
St. Paul, Minnesota 55107

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