Big Medicare doctor bucks; free the databases!; Bullying Bill becomes law; paying players; and more.
The party’s early-2014 report also shows $75,000 cash-on-hand while another filing revealed $758,000 in continuing debt.
As a liberal, I hope Daytonomics bests Walkernomics, and expect it will. But it’s much too early to make declare a winner.
In a Sunday Times op-ed, Larry Jacobs looks in on which state is doing (much) better, and it’s Minnesota.
An executive recruiter says resume boosting is widespread, but an opposition researcher says inflated claims can seriously damage a candidate.
The Lakeville senator and Republican candidate for governor foresees bipartisan support for repeal.
From the Marriage Equality Party at Wilde Roast, to the first ceremonies at Minneapolis City Hall, photographer Terry Gydesen captured the historic night.
His middle-class, working-class background will distinguish him from his opponents, he said.
The group has filed a complaint with the state Campaign Finance and Disclosure Board alleging that Dayton’s use of a state plane for political purposes was improperly reported.
Follow the status of key legislation and learn what those bills mean for you.
State Sen. Dave Thompson, state Rep. Kurt Zellers, and Wayzata businessman Scott Honour are emerging as leading candidates.
I am happy to report that I was not kicked out of the University Club, despite the fact that 1) I am not a member and 2) I went in on a Monday, when the club is closed.
After Paulsen was said to tell a groupoof U fellows he won’t challenge Al Franken in 2014, he said Friday nothing is off the table.
Gov. Mark Dayton, Sen. Al Franken and Viking Chris Kluwe don’t often appear in the same sentence, but they’re all scheduled to appear in MinnRoast 2013.
Rep. Kurt Daudt said there was agreement on the Capitol restoration efforts and on considering some campaign and election changes.
A woman at the top of ticket guarantees voters would take a second look at the GOP and its message.
WASHINGTON — Hitting Mitt Romney and Republicans has become one of R.T. Rybak’s newest areas of expertise as vice chair of the DNC.
Many of these men whose portraits we’ll see this week are still living, and the memory of their administrations is still fresh.
Minnesota’s governor sat down with Chinese television during his recent trade mission.
Gov. Mark Dayton is in Rochester this morning attending the funeral of Army Sgt. Nicholas Dickhut, who died of wounds suffered in a firefight with Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.