While Republicans reveled in political schadenfreude, few mentioned the obvious problem: the road ahead for the GOP in Minnesota is anything but smooth.
Michael Brodkorb is a writer, communications consultant and former deputy chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota.
Some Republicans see Rep. Keith Ellison’s candidacy as a boon to their chances at building a permanent majority.
Republicans may be tempted to use Daudt’s one-time rejection of Trump against the Minnesota Speaker of the House. That would be a mistake.
It’s become cliché to talk about how a campaign preparing for Election Day is like athletes preparing for a big game. It’s not.
The divisions inside the Republican Party over Trump’s candidacy have overshadowed the fact that are plenty of Democrats who have reservations about their own candidate.
I’ve been involved in the design of hundreds of different political mail pieces, and I’ve seen how they can make or break a legislative campaign.
There are plenty of reasons for campaigns to debate having debates, including using the issue to get the attention of voters who might not otherwise pay attention.
From the beginning, the Trump candidacy and Minnesota Republicans made for an awkward pairing. And now it’s coming apart.
The Clinton and Trump campaigns would be wise to think about people like Jeff Johnson and Steve Timmer if they want to win.
Trump started the debate strong, but faded 30 minutes in, as Clinton took control, poking him on nearly every known weakness.
Blame Ron Paul, the former congressman who’s long been the GOP’s chief anti-Lincoln spokesman.
The public relations battle over the issue offers some sense of just how hard it is to be the head of a political party in Minnesota.
What the latest snafu says about the Republican Party of Minnesota — and its relationship with the Trump campaign.
Over the last few weeks, Republican Party of Minnesota Chairman Keith Downey has seen many of his key allies leave the State Executive Committee.
The confusion Johnson has created about his coffee consumption extends to the inconsistent stances he has taken on multiple issues during his campaign for governor.
Christie’s visit to Minnesota next month has likely more to do with Christie’s potential presidential ambitions in 2016 than with Jeff Johnson’s gubernatorial ambitions in 2014.
A party mailer failed to list contested primary races in the 1st and 6th Congressional Districts.