Governor signs tax, bonding, and budget bills, rebut GOP big-spending claims by attacking gridlock and tax cuts for many Minnesotans.
Big races this year include U.S. Senator, U.S. House, governor, state constitutional officers, the entire state House of Representatives and many local positions.
WASHINGTON — A Minnesota judge has temporarily blocked a Minnesota campaign contribution law in light of a campaign finance ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court in April.
A New York Times article documents how the Koch brothers exploited a campaign-finance law loophole and shifted their support to Republicans.
Nicollet, a software developer from Roseville, originally had planned to seek the Senate endorsement, along with Terrell, a Minneapolis business executive.
From water pipelines to stopping a spendier bonding bill, Republicans find some accomplishments to run on — and plenty to criticize majority DFLers for.
The DFL has a hard time motivating its base in off-year elections, and hard-core legislative realists don’t expect anything to change this year.
Running for higher office while in the legislature offers gains from authoring significant legislation that can be undone by a single controversial vote.
WASHINGTON — Obermueller released an ad Friday indicating he won’t shy away from the law this election.
Terrell’s race could also turn out to be vital to the IP’s future as the party seeks to retain “major party” status.
Legislative efforts are floundering this year — despite an aggressive push after two U.S. Supreme Court rulings allowing major money to influence elections.
Johnson’s ad attacks the left with humor; CompeteMN’s Honour spot goes after ObamaCare hard.
Greene, who defeated Anne Mavity with 53 percent of the vote, fills the 3rd District seat vacated by Gail Dorfman.
Voters in Hennepin County Board’s District 3 will choose between Marion Greene and Anne Mavity in the race to replace Gail Dorfman.
U.S. Senate candidate Mike McFadden talks about issues, but fails to give concrete policy details.
WASHINGTON — The program identifies Republican challengers in races the GOP considers potentially competitive, and opens the door for more NRCC support.
Al Franken’s biggest-money rival on energy policy, copper mining, Fed policy, the minimum wage, Benghazi and Russia.
A three-month campaign for an eight-month term comes down to a DFL legislator versus St. Louis Park Council member.
The ‘early’ ad airs during Friday’s Wild-Chicago Stanley Cup playoff game.
WASHINGTON — Mills is one of 10 Republican congressional candidates supported by the group’s $3 million ad buy.