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Hard Work

Cicely Davis is Unafraid of Hard Work

Born into a working-class family in Rochester, New York, Cicely moved to Minnesota where she was raised by a single parent and worked her entire life to build the success she has today.

When she and her mother moved to Minnesota, the lack of diversity presented a real challenge. But what Minnesota lacked in diversity was made up for in the realm of education, economic opportunity, and safety.

Now, she’s running for Congress to rebuild the Minnesota that captured her heart all those years ago.

Speaking Up

Cicely Davis is Unafraid of Speaking Up

When Barack Obama became president, Cicely found herself disappointed in his divisive leadership and empty promises.

Cicely was the State Director of BLEXIT MN, an organization founded by Candace Owens, where she championed entrepreneurship and empowers minority communities to escape government dependence.

As our congresswoman, Cicely will stand up to Marxism and end the weaponization of race by politicians in Washington.

The Fight Ahead

Cicely Davis is Unafraid of The Fight Ahead

She is running for Congress to put a stop to failed leadership by supporting our police, cutting outrageous taxes, and depoliticizing our classrooms so we can focus on a quality education.

Cicely’s life experience has provided her a unique perspective and inspires her to help others prevail under freedom, no matter their background.

Cicely will do whatever it takes to restore prosperity to Minneapolis and unify our state’s fifth congressional district.

Upcoming Events

Super Eid / Eid al Adha 2022

Saturday, July 9th from 6:30am - 12:30pm

U.S. Bank Stadium
401 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55415


Robbinsdale WhizDay Parade

Sunday, July 10th at 3pm

From 42nd & West Broadway to the corner of Chowen Ave


Pints & Politics – Rosemount

Tuesday, July 12th from 5:30 - 8pm

Topps Tavern
14533 Dodds Blvd, Rosemount, MN

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