The general election is more than a year away, but many of the 17 (!) candidates for governor are already crisscrossing the state, appealing to party activists, fine-tuning their message — and raising money.
As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to cut off funding for “sanctuary cities” like Minneapolis and St. Paul. Here’s what would happen if he followed through on that promise.
Downey won his bid for a second term as MNGOP chair, getting 68 percent of the vote at the state central committee meeting Saturday.
Bill Jungbauer, a member of the party’s executive committee, said he will run for Republican Party chair, citing the GOP’s “secrecy and elitism.”
The Minnesota GOP lost every statewide office — but won the state House. So where does the party go from there?
How the Republican attorney’s bid to become a Minnesota Supreme Court justice became one of the most bizarre campaigns in state history.
All these demands for apologies are making the 2014 campaign sound more like a grade-school playground than a political contest.
Both parties are embracing the status quo. “It’s a unique process that allows ordinary people to have a say in the political process,” said DFL chair Ken Martin.
Uptick in giving credited to poll results races for governor and U.S. Senate.
The party’s early-2014 report also shows $75,000 cash-on-hand while another filing revealed $758,000 in continuing debt.
The proposed rules would block Kline opponent David Gerson from winning GOP endorsement.
Republicans are likely to face primary fights over who will represent the party against incumbents Mark Dayton and Al Franken.
State party taking action after recent posts by Chisago County and Winona County Republicans draw attacks.
But party Chair Keith Downey would not confirm the location of the new space.
The Minnesota Republican Party’s state central committee takes a straw poll on Saturday, and here’s who has the inside track.
Ben Golnik’s Minnesota Jobs Coalition adopts a rapid-response, campaign-style approach to getting GOP message out.
State Sens. Dave Senjem and Carla Nelson are among a handful of Republicans who may vote “yes” on the gay-marriage bill.
State central committee selects Downey to be state chair as the shortest path to party unity.
In a debate, each offers different plans to pay the party’s bills and turn the GOP around.
In an interview with MinnPost, Coleman talks about the GOP’s weaknesses, what’s happening at the Legislature, President Obama and gay marriage.