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Fue Lee was born on 1991 in Thailand, is a community organizer. Discover Fue Lee's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 29 years old?

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2019

Community leaders encouraged Fue Lee to run into the primaries after losing the DFL convention endorsement during the first round of voting by a delegate. Many felt the local senate district DFL and current lawmaker was not representative of the people. According to Lee, "One of the reasons I decided to run for office is because candidates that were supposed to represent all of the city and its communities weren’t doing their job. I want to be able to respect my community by understanding the issues we’re facing on a daily basis."

2016

On August 9, 2016, Fue Lee unseated 20-year incumbent Joe Mullery who was backed by the DFL political establishment including state Senator Foung Hawj, Congressman Keith Ellison, and Governor Mark Dayton,.

Lee won the primary election decisively, receiving 55.5% of the vote, to 44.5% for Mullery. His Republican opponent in the November 8, 2016 election was Jessica Newville. Lee was elected on November 8, 2016 receiving 81.3% of the vote.

1992

Lee was born in a refugee camp in Thailand to Hmong parents from Laos, and came to Minneapolis as a toddler in 1992. He is a graduate of Carleton College, and was an employee in the office of the Minnesota Secretary of State. He co-founded the Asian American Organizing Project and Progressive Hmong American Organizers with former state Senator Mee Moua, DFL activist Yee Chang, and state Representative Jay Xiong; and has previously worked under then-Representative Steve Simon, Representative John Lesch, and Congressman Keith Ellison.

1991

Fue Lee (born 1991) is a Hmong American community organizer and activist from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the state Representative for House District 59A in the Minnesota House of Representatives. Elected in 2016, Lee is the first person of color and of Asian descent to represent that district in the Minnesota House. He is the fourth Hmong American elected to a state legislature. In 2018, he was re-elected by a landslide and became Assistant Majority Leader in the MN House of Representatives -- making him the highest ranking official of Hmong descent; however state Sen. Foung Hawj claims to be the top, but the DFL senator is only a committee lead in the GOP controlled MN Senate.