The group, the Congressional Leadership Fund, will spend $500,000 against Peterson.
Candidates posted their third quarter fundraising numbers on Wednesday in the second-to-last financial check-up of the campaign.
The race has become one of the most expensive in the country for outside groups — after years of Peterson blow-outs, why now?
In Minnesota’s most competitive race of 2014, both candidates were looking to land a knockout blow against each other.
WASHINGTON — Franken and McFadden met for their first debate on Wednesday, and Franken’s voting record played a starring role.
WASHINGTON — Franken and McFadden meet for the first of three fall debates on Wednesday in Duluth.
WASHINGTON — National Democrats have led the charge, releasing two ads with overt references to Mills’ personal fortune.
WASHINGTON — Klobuchar’s name had been floated by Bloomberg News and, yes, Twitter.
WASHINGTON – A measure arming and training Syrian rebels passed the House 273-156.
WASHINGTON — The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee ads target GOP challengers Torrey Westrom and Stewart Mills.
WASHINGTON — While most of the delegation supports an ISIS plan in theory, they say Obama needs to come to Congress to get authority before launching attacks.
WASHINGTON — A Franken campaign ad last week about McFadden’s business background is the opening salvo in a fight over his investment banking past.
WASHINGTON — The NRCC ads target Peterson’s transportation costs and a trio of Nolan votes.
WASHINGTON — The Senate’s agenda this week shows you can take lawmakers off the campaign trail, but two months before an election, you can’t take the campaign trail out of lawmakers.
WASHINGTON — Statewide Republicans need to do well in the 6th District to win their races. That means making the most of an expected Emmer victory.
In spite of a history of Democratic victories in the 8th District, Mills thinks voters will back a Republican who represents their interests.
The GOP Senate hopeful dismissed the yard signs as a political stunt and emphasized his support for mining in northern Minnesota.