Where to Get Vaccinated

Start with your medical home – a place you regularly receive health care. If your medical home is unable to vaccinate you, other options include: https://www.health.state.mn.us/people/immunize/basics/vaxfinder.html https://mn.gov/mmbapps/flu/fluClinic/  

“By the way…” with Kay

Kay Hendrikson is the newly elected chair of the DFL Senior Caucus. Keep up with Kay's doings and other issues that affect our organization. Click here to read her message to members for September.

Senator Al Franken Speaks!

Senator Al Franken was the keynote speaker at our annual meeting on Saturday, September 11, 2021, sharing his in-depth knowledge of issues and strategy and reminding us of his special sense of humor. Click here to watch the video.

Senior Caucus Chapters

Check out the Senior Caucus Chapter near you! The Senior Caucus hosts chapters across our state. Click here to see what happening in each. Contact your local Senior Caucus Chapter to find out what they are doing. Many chapters have speakers or local grassroots events....

Senior Transportation

June 2021: Transportation bill calls for increased funding, some additional taxes. The bill should produce $49.1 billion in revenue in the 2022-23 biennium and provide $4.2 billion in refunds, aids, and credits, including $761 million in new tax cuts and credits. See...

What is the Minnesota DFL Senior Caucus?

The Senior Caucus was formed in 2006 as an organization within the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor party to address the needs of retirees, individuals over the age of 55, and senior citizens.  Seniors are among those most adversely affected by the policies and acts of the administrations in Minnesota and Washington DC

The Senior Caucus works to involve seniors throughout Minnesota in the political process, to provide a vehicle for their active participation in the DFL party, and to promote programs and legislation that protect and enhance the lives of seniors. Our united efforts influence voters and policy makers. Our unified voice makes a difference in assuring that the needs of older Minnesotans are addressed in policies and law.

Please Join Us!

Join us and become an active member of our DFL Community Caucus to help us address the needs of seniors. You can join one or more of our local chapters and any of our committees leading us on vital issues that concern us all. Your membership allows us to reach more seniors and have a larger voice on issues. You become part of a mission and movement to address the needs of senior citizens across Minnesota.

Making a better world for our Children, our Grandchildren, and Ourselves!

MN DFL Seniors Group Shot

Who We Are

We are seniors affiliated with the MN Democrat party (DFL) who created the DFL Senior Caucus in order to influence government on behalf of anyone 55 or older.  We believe what Paul Wellstone said: “We all do better when we all do better!”

What We Do

We listen to seniors, whether they are still working or whether they are retired, to learn what they want now and in the future. We actively support and work with DFL legislators, candidates and officials willing to address senior needs.

Where We Are

We have a state-wide board that works with Minnesota State and Federal Officials to advance programs addressing senior needs. We have critical committees that develop our programs, connect with seniors, and lobby our legislators. We have a network of local chapters across Minnesota, North, South, and Central promoting local senior needs and keeping seniors across the state up-to-date.

We DFLers are full of contradictions but we can be thankful for all we have goin for us each passing day. The Senior Caucus is here to help!

Don Bye

I joined DFL senior caucus immediately upon the passage of the Medicare part D in 2006. This law Set in motion additional complicated steps for seniors to get their needed prescriptions. This coverage needed some changes and fast.

Karla Sand

I joined the Senior Caucus to protect and extend the public social services, income support, and health insurance that seniors and those with disabilities rely upon.

James Reed

I am a member of the Senior Caucus as a way to join with like minded seniors for involvement and comradeship in an outstanding DFL Caucus that works for the betterment of everyone.

Don Slaten

When I retired, I decided to join DFL Senior Caucus to continue my support for people programs including Medicare, Social Security, health care, voting rights, informed decision-making about political decisions and the pleasure of joining together with those who support these issues…

Julianne J

As one of the Founders of the DFL Senior Caucus, and as a former DFL State Representative, my main purpose was to create a political vehicle for Seniors to make known, and provide visibility for the many issues of seniors (health care being #1) to the DFL Party and to political leaders at the State, Federal and local levels.

Dwayne King