WASHINGTON — Second quarter fundraising totals were due to the Federal Election Commission on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — Obermueller released an ad Friday indicating he won’t shy away from the law this election.
WASHINGTON — The first quarter fundraising deadline was Tuesday, giving us an update on the money race in all the major contests around Minnesota seven months ahead of Election Day.
The 46-year-old South St. Paul resident said his new campaign will be “more professional” than his challenge last cycle.
WASHINGTON — The poll, taken with national numbers and potential Kline “risk factors” may make the 2nd District race one to keep an eye on.
WASHINGTON — The two Minnesota Republicans running for re-election have more than $1.3 million on hand for their campaigns.
The problem for Mike Obermueller and Democrats is that GOP Rep. John Kline has both money and history on his side.
WASHINGTON — Paula Overby of Eagan is considering a run in a DFL primary.
WASHINGTON — The poll offers a hint about the type of messaging Democrats might seize on.
WASHINGTON — House and Senate candidates raised about $4 million total between April and June.
WASHINGTON — Kline has more than $1.1 million on hand for his rematch with Mike Obermueller.
WASHINGTON — The GOP is pushing a bill to change overtime compensation laws, and Minnesota’s John Kline is leading the charge.
WASHINGTON — Sen. Al Franken raised $2 million and Rep. Michele Bachmann, $678,000.
Mike Obermueller and Caring Bridge founder Sona Mehring tell the Star Tribune they’ll consider challenging the Second District representative.
Bakk-Brodkorb broadside, Brodkorb on Downey, Obermuller considering second run, AP goes to sponsored tweets, the future of blogging, and Jersualem eats.
Tuesday’s slate of congressional contests contains one toss-up race, but parties are looking to pull upsets elsewhere.
Michele Bachmann’s $4.5 million haul is the largest in Minnesota this cycle.
KENYON, Minn. — John Kline is confronting what could be his most competitive re-election contest since joining Congress in 2002.