(DULUTH,MN)---TakeAction Minnesota brought their message to Representative Chip Cravaack's Duluth office today.
Members of the "99% Voters" group say Cravaack has failed to focus on middle class economic issues.
Some of their concerns are increasing minimum wage, job creation, and protecting Medicare.
Constituents who call themselves "99% voters" say they are fed up and are planning to work against his policies.
"We believe that we need a representative who truly knows and understands, not only Duluth, but all of the eight congressional district and we don't feel we have that with Chip Cravaack," Brandon Clokey, "99% Voters" Rally Member said.
Participant of the protest are concerned that Representative Cravaack is tailoring his strategies favoring the upper–class citizens.
TakeAction Minnesota represents a quarter of a million state residents.
Justin Reis, NNC. email@example.com