Minnesota is one of 12 states being targeted by Republican and Democratic groups.
Democrats have plenty of work to do rebuilding their party.
With “A Better Deal,” party leaders are attempting to say what Democrats are for, rather than what — or whom — they are against.
After attracting support early on, Ellison went down to a narrow defeat Saturday in the second round of voting.
Democrats vote for a new leader next week. Here’s where the race stands.
Minnesotans are turning up the pressure on their representatives.
For some of Minnesota’s representatives in Congress, connections to presidential candidates are strong, going back years — and may give clues how Minnesota leaders will figure into the 2016 race.
The Star Tribune’s new Minnesota Poll shows Minnesota in play with Obama leading Romney 47-44 percent.