Emmer enters the race as a front-runner, but his advantage as a seasoned campaigner also may be a liability in terms of political “battle scars.”
WASHINGTON — A GOP strategist passes on an early list of potential candidates.
Lots of Republicans (off the record) are downright expansive about the fact that the GOP will be thrilled if she doesn’t seek reelection.
A woman at the top of ticket guarantees voters would take a second look at the GOP and its message.
MPR News and The Current continue year-long fall; 1500ESPN sinks amid bad Twins season, as pop stations dominate and WCCO surprises.
Public reaction to the company’s move was positive – unlike what happened to Target.
Several hundred conservatives braved the weather to hear Herman Cain. Later, dozens of Viking fans lined Capitol hallways.
Even with DFL majorities, Dayton still would have faced some difficult battles in setting an agenda.
One labor leader says Minnesota would be even “kookier” than Wisconsin. For sure, the GOP redistricting plan would be in place.
Emmer gives ’em the ol’ soft shoe
By Eric Black
By Craig Westover | Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2008
State Rep. Tom Emmer of Delano says he will seek the House caucus leadership position Saturday, taking on Minority Leader Marty Siefert for the job.