Minnesotan Ami Wazlawik has spent her adult life giving back by working with AmeriCorps, public schools, and nonprofit advocacy organizations. Ami ran on the idea that her district deserved a community-centered, service-oriented leader. After being elected, Ami has consistently been that leader in the state legislature – and she’s determined to continue that people-first advocacy by winning her re-election bid.
- Led and passed legislation on important issues during her first term in office, including a TCE ban, childcare coverage, and a bonding bill for local roads
- Worked for over five years in the White Bear Lake district, giving her the knowledge and tools to reform the education system
- Self-described policy nerd who graduated with a Master’s degree from the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Affairs