Jim Graves says he’s a pragmatic centrist, but to Michele Bachmann he’s a big spender.
Nolan wants to return to Congress, and the DFL wants to regain a seat it held for decades.
DFL voters go to the polls to pick a candidate Tuesday, but no one is ready to guess how it might turn out.
DULUTH, Minn. — The 68-year-old former congressman is the most liberal DFLer on the ballot next week.
The ad takes aim at Nolan’s time at the Minnesota World Trade Center Corp.
SILVER BAY, Minn. — The former state senator is looking for redemption in the 8th District, and she’s hoping voters will support a well-oiled campaign strategy.
DULUTH — The DFLer doesn’t have the money his opponents do, so he’s hoping his ties to the district matter most on primary day.
But the footage of Clinton with Clark is a couple of years old
The former president endorsed Clark’s DFL primary run in the 8th District.
About 80 percent of Bachmann’s itemized contributions came from outside Minnesota.
ROCHESTER — The DFL-endorsed candidate has to face two strong primary candidates before trying to unseat Chip Cravaack.
The ad, titled “Fight,” will run for two weeks.
Former Congressman Rick Nolan still will face an Aug. 14 primary against party challengers Tarryl Clark and Jeff Anderson.
WASHINGTON — House incumbents have a fundraising edge over challengers — with a big exception in the 8th District.
The fundraising haul was Clark’s best of the campaign.
Jeff Anderson, who’s hoping to replace Congressman Chip Cravaack, was a chaperone when Ely High School students stopped to see Cravaack last week.
Last Friday night the DFL candidates seeking to run against U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8) appeared on TPT’s Almanac, the vaunted statewide public TV news magazine show.
Completing the small mess I created by not talking to candidate Jeff Anderson before posting my Tarryl Clark piece this morning
Clark says her decision had nothing to do with the possibility that she might not win the endorsement. That’s simply not credible.
Here’s the statement Clark released March 8.