The delegate gap keeps building, and polls show Romney well ahead in Illinois
The GOP base will likely turn out in the fall, but attracting independent voters may be a major challenge.
WASHINGTON — Even with problems plaguing other states, officials plan to stick with Minnesota’s caucuses in the future.
Mitt Romney came to the Republican debate prepared with a theory I had not heard before.
The president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis has been repeating a common theme in his travels: more openness.
Dana Milbank of the Washington Post thinks so.
No one ever will give Romney surrogate Tim Pawlenty the nickname “Ol’ Coat Tails.”
And six other half-baked analysis points after Tuesday’s voting and caucusing in Minnesota and elsewhere.
Santorum had double-digit Minnesota leads over Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.
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Eight organizations filed their first financial statements with state campaign finance overseer.
With 67 percent of the results reported, Mr. Romney had 47 percent of the vote.
With Minnesota’s caucuses just eight days away, the Republican presidential candidates are paying attention.