Caucus for Kimberly

IMPORTANT: Senate District 46 will now hold Contactless Caucuses. Learn more below.

Why Caucuses Matter

As part of this year’s Contactless Caucus process, delegates will be selected to go to the Senate District 46 Convention. At the senate district convention, delegates will endorse candidates like Kimberly for DFL support. Being a delegate is one of the most important ways you can support Kimberly. It’s crucial step to our success in this election.

How to Caucus & Be a Delegate in 2022

Senate District 46 will hold Contactless Caucuses in 2022. That means there will be no in-person caucus this year. Instead, in order to be a delegate for Kimberly to the convention, you’ll need to fill out a non-attendee form.

Here’s how to be a delegate for Kimberly this year:

  1. Fill out this form to let us know you’ll be a delegate for Kimberly.
  2. Download and fill out the DFL non-attendee form.
  3. Submit the non-attendee form to your Senate District chair by 9:00 PM on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.
    • If you’re in SD46, submit it to SD46 Chair Dave Lee at OR in-person on caucus night at any of the following locations:
      • Golden Valley: Meadowbrook School, 5430 Glenwood Avenue
      • Hopkins: Hopkins Eisenhower, 1001 Highway 7
      • St Louis Park: St Louis Park Middle School, 2025 Texas Ave S
    • If you’re in another Senate District, or unsure, use the DFL’s Caucus Finder tool to look up instructions for your district.
  4. When you’re chosen as a delegate, attend your senate district convention on April 9, 2022.


You can learn more about what to expect at a convention on the DFL’s website.

Or email us at You can learn more about this year’s contactless caucuses on Senate District 46’s website.

Thank you!

You’re support is invaluable. Let’s keep Minnesota moving forward!


Statement from Kimberly Sanberg

February 21, 2022

When Rep. Ryan Winkler announced he wouldn’t seek re-election last year, I decided to run for House in District 46A so I could continue serving our community and advocating for affordable housing and healthcare, high-quality education and childcare, a healthy environment, and a Minnesota where everyone feels safe and valued. 

The new Minnesota legislative maps came out last week and my district (46A) changed significantly. Rep. Mike Freiberg and I are now in the same district (43B). 

After much consideration, I have made the decision not to continue running for State Representative at this time. Rep. Freiberg has served his district well and I’m confident he will continue to do so. 

I love serving on the Golden Valley City Council and am excited that I’ll be able to continue advocating for affordable housing, reimagining public safety, combating climate change, building an inclusive community, and so many other vital issues at the local level. And I look forward to supporting progressive candidates up and down the ballot in the coming months.

I want to say thank you for your support. Our campaign has had such great energy. So many of you have donated, volunteered, and become delegates to the senate district convention. THANK YOU. This isn’t a decision I took lightly and I’m so grateful for your support along the way.