Cedrick Frazier is a second-term Minnesota State Representative, serving District 43A, which includes the cities of New Hope and Crystal in Hennepin County. At the Minnesota Legislature, he is Co-Chair of the People of Color and Indigenous (POCI) Caucus in the House and serves on the Judiciary Finance & Civil Law (Vice Chair), Education Policy, Public Safety Finance & Policy, and Workforce Development Finance & Policy committees. Representative Frazier has worked tirelessly to fight against racial inequities in the criminal justice system, education, and housing. He is also a strong advocate for gun violence prevention and reforming systems that perpetuate intergenerational trauma and oppression for BIPOC communities. Frazier is a graduate of the University of Minnesota-Morris, Minnesota State University, Mankato, and William Mitchell College of Law. He lives in New Hope, MN with his wife Stella and they have three daughters.