Cam Gordon

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Cam Gordon
Cam Gordon 2009.jpg
Member of the Minneapolis City Council from the 2nd Ward
Assumed office
Personal details
Political party Green Party of Minnesota
Residence Seward, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Alma mater University of Minnesota
Website Official, Campaign

Cam Gordon is an American politician and member of the Green Party of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is an elected member of the Minneapolis City Council.

On November 8, 2005, Cam Gordon was elected to represent Ward 2 on the Minneapolis City Council, defeating DFLer Cara J. Letofsky by 141 votes (2481 to 2340). He was endorsed by the Green Party of Minnesota, of which he was a former state party chair. Gordon was re-elected against token opposition in 2009 (with 84% of the vote) and in 2013 (with 87% of the vote). He is the only non-DFL member of the council, and one of two elected Green Party members in the Minneapolis municipal government; the other is Minneapolis Park and Recreation commissioner Annie Young.

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