Yesterday, Secretary Simon concluded his first statewide, 87-county tour as Secretary of State in Clay County. At one of his final stops, he discussed domestic violence prevention with the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center of Fargo-Moorhead. The visit was an opportunity for Secretary Simon to hear from an organization partnering with the Secretary's Safe at Home program, which helps protect victims of domestic violence and others who fear for their safety.
Check out some of the coverage below:
KVRR [VIDEO]: Secretary Simon's Statewide Tour Saves the Best for Last
MOORHEAD, Minn. - Some people in Clay County may say Minnesota's Secretary of State saves the best for last.
Steve Simon completes his first statewide tour in Clay County after traveling to all 87 of Minnesota's counties.
The Secretary of State meets with Fargo–Moorhead officials and discusses election reform, business services and domestic violence prevention.
Simon says traveling around the state is a good way to learn about everyone's needs, problems and trends for programs around Minnesota.
"You can't do this job well, just sitting at some desk in St. Paul. We have too many partnerships, too many relationships around the state, and I've found by going to all 87 counties that the best ideas really do come from the rest of the state, all over the state," says Simon. [Read Full Article]
Valley News Live [VIDEO]: Minn. Secretary of State wraps up statewide tour
Moorhead, Minn. (Valley News Live) Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon wrapped up his first statewide tour in Clay County Thursday afternoon.
He discussed several topics while in Clay County.
The Safe at Home Program, a program that helps Minnesotans keep where they live private, is what he talked about with people from Mahnomen County Crime Victim Services, Lake Crisis Resource Center, and the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center. All of those agencies have clients who may be survivors of domestic abuse and use the Safe at Home Program. [Read full article]
Moorhead (WDAY TV) - Minnesota's Secretary of State finished his statewide tour Thursday in Clay County.
With law enforcement and members of the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center, Secretary Steve Simon talked about the state's Safe At Home program. The program is for people who fear for their safety and keeps their physical address private.
Simon listened to the group about how the program is being utilized and what areas it can improve it. [Read full article]