Two Republicans senators contend that the secretary of state is misinforming the public about the voting amendment and abusing his office.
Sens. Scott Newman and Mike Parry claim the secretary of state has acted improperly as an elected official and is attempting to mislead voters about the measure.
His opponent, Mike Parry, pledged support in efforts to defeat incumbent Congressman Tim Walz.
The debate reflected the differing philosphies of Republicans and DFLers on the issue of employee pay and benefits.
Parry called him “scary” and the “most liberal governor in the United States.”
Like Arne Carlson in 1994, Mike Parry is trying to draw attention to Allen Quist’s remarks.
WASHINGTON — Congressional campaign opperatives say the health care law will fade in political importance as economic concerns rise.
Republicans met for 14 hours but couldn’t choose a candidate to nominate to take on Rep. Tm Walz.
Minnesota’s secretary of state’s office is worried about unintended consequences that could result from the proposed constitutional amendment.