Senator Liz Boldon

Senator Liz Boldon represents Senate District 25 which includes Rochester and Oronoco. She is vice chair of the Housing and Homelessness Prevention Committee, and serves on the Education Policy Committee, Elections Committee, and Health and Human Services Committee.

Senator Liz Boldon Promotes Workforce Housing Investments for Greater Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. — On Wednesday, Senator Liz Boldon(DFL-Rochester) announced that Minnesota Housing’s Workforce Housing Development Program is now open for applications. Under this program, nearly $40 million will be targeted towards meeting housing needs in Greater Minnesota – an amount that vastly exceeds levels allocated by previous legislative majorities.

Senator Liz Boldon Applauds Passage of Nurse and Patient Safety Act

Legislation is a first step in ensuring nurse and patient safety in Minnesota hospitals

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – On the last day of the 2023 Legislative Senate Monday, the Senate passed a bipartisan package aimed to help the difficult situation facing nurses across the state. The package, called the Nurse and Patient Safety Act, passed in a bipartisan vote of 40-25.

Senator Liz Boldon Votes Yes to Approve Legalization of Adult-Use Cannabis and Expungement for Tens of Thousands of Minnesotans

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota will become the 23rd state in the country to have legalized adult-use cannabis following the passage early Saturday morning of HF 100 in a 34-32 vote. The bill paves the way for the creation of a regulated cannabis market and includes the automatic expungement of the criminal records of tens of thousands of Minnesotans with low-level cannabis convictions in their past.

Senator Liz Boldon Votes Yes for Gun Violence Prevention Legislation

Senate DFL Judiciary and Public Safety budget includes historic funding for judiciary staffing needs, crime prevention efforts, and support for law enforcement partners

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – On Friday, Senator Liz Boldon (DFL-Rochester) voted yes to pass expanded background checks and extreme risk prevention orders included in the Judiciary and Public Safety Conference Committee Report. These widely supported gun violence prevention measures have been shown to reduce rates of gun violence and reduce gun deaths.