The GOP Senate candidate initially claimed to support the tax hike as part of a revenue-neutral tax code overhaul.
Wins by Jeff Johnson and U.S. Senate candidate Mike McFadden highlight an election that saw less than 10 percent of registered voters cast ballots.
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. — The two 7th District candidates agreed more often than not at a Farmfest debate Wednesday, forcing the challenger to find other ways to hit the incumbent.
Pipelines — whether to build them, where, and from what — played an outsize role in the Senate candidates forum.
WASHINGTON — The forecaster also upgraded Republican chances in the second and seventh districts.
WASHINGTON — The Senate has already left for the month, but an unexpected border battle has delayed the House’s plans.
Rep. Erik Paulsen called the suit a “measured” response to overreach by President Obama.
WASHINGTON — The deal spends $17 billion to alleviate wait times at VA clinics around the country.
Keith Gilkes has signed on as a consultant to Stuart Mills’ campaign to unseat Rep. Rick Nolan. Other Walker-connected firms also involved in the race.
WASHINGTON — The University of Minnesota president testified before Congress for the first time on Thursday.
WASHINGTON — Deals like Medtronic’s planned move to Ireland are becoming more common, and lawmakers in both parties are looking to discourage them.
WASHINGTON — The Export-Import Bank has spent more than $1 billion financing exports for Minnesota firms since 2007, but its congressional authority could expire by September.
WASHINGTON — Second quarter fundraising totals were due to the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — The amendment has the support of Senate Democrats including Minnesota Sens. Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken, but like all amendments it faces an uphill battle to ratification.
WASHINGTON — A GOP talking point contends copper-nickel mining could do for Minnesota what oil drilling has done in North Dakota. But the numbers don’t add up.
WASHINGTON — The ad highlights Nolan’s failing grade from the National Rifle Association.
WASHINGTON — Peterson’s district is one of only seven in the country that sent a Democrat to the U.S. House but voted against Barack Obama in 2012.