According to Minnesota law, a special election must be held to fill Hagedorn’s seat on Aug, 9, which is the same day as the midterm primary elections.
Jim Hagedorn dies, a mea culpa, Minnesota House districts in play and movement on a bill to ban legislators from trading individual stocks while in office.
See which areas were gained and lost in each of Minnesota’s eight congressional districts.
Mask drama in the House, Democrats struggle to recover from losing Build Back Better and Emmer calls for removing fentanyl from the country.
David Lillehaug, a retired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice who served with Wright, said that Wright is the most qualified candidate, full stop.
I’m sure many of you have heard by now that the Washington Football Team has finally been renamed, but it seems that with D.C.’s changing economy a lot of landmarks seem to be for sale.
The Electoral Count Act has been in the spotlight since the 2020 election, when former President Donald Trump attempted to get then Vice President Mike Pence to throw out results from states Trump lost.
Biden, known for the hot mic gaffe (we all remember “Big f-ing deal” in talking about the passage of Obamacare), is at it again, this time sparring with a Fox News reporter.
Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith, who has long been an advocate for better healthcare funding in the U.S., introduced a bill in December that would give HIV doctors and activists what they’ve long been asking for; resources to help stop the spread of the disease.
Democrats’ voting rights package fails, Biden gets a little Trumpy and Klobuchar makes an appearance in Ukraine.
RNC may opt out of debates; 2022 midterm congressional candidate news; and Minnesota Sen. Tina Smith wants more COVID-19 tests.
A panel convened under the USMCA trade deal found that Canada violated the rules at had agreed to for selling U.S. dairy products. That means Minnesota farmers could soon see better prices for their products exported north of the border.
Democrats say the legislation is needed because, while Republican state legislatures have a free hand to restrict voting in their states, national efforts to protect voting rights are stymied by a Republican minority in the Senate.
Democrats all the way up to the White House were shocked by West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin’s announcement that he would not support the party’s social policy bill.
New texts show the White House knew how bad Jan. 6 was; Rep. Ilhan Omar fights Islamophobia; and Rep. Dean Phillips places high on the list of our richest representatives.
I plan on covering it all for you, with exclusive profiles of congressional hopefuls, deep dives on campaign tactics and, of course, a snarky analysis of the goings-on in Washington in each weekly D.C. Memo.
In the Minnesota delegation, Reps. Ilhan Omar and Angie Craig both reported more threats this year.