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Everytown for Gun Safety’s Scott Hogan hired to be Hillary Clinton organizer in Minnesota

Hogan is part of the Clinton campaign’s 50-state “grassroots organizing campaign.”

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign has hired Scott Hogan as the Minnesota organizer in its 50-state “grassroots organizing campaign.” 

Hogan’s job in Minnesota: work with Clinton supporters to organize local meetings, volunteer trainings and other grassroots events.

Like organizers in the other states, he’ll also coordinate house parties, starting next month so, the campaign says, they’ll “be ready to compete and win the primary or caucus in that state.”

According to his Linkedin profile, Hogan received a master’s degree in public policy from Indiana University in 2011 and has been working as Minnesota’s state director and campaign manager for Everytown for Gun Safety, which works to end gun violence.