Political Drive-Time – July 29, 2014

PoliticalDriveEvery Monday thru Friday on politics.mn, I’ll be posting links to the key political stories of the day, providing you with a recap of the day’s events. My goal is to give you a jump start on the political stories people will be talking about today AND tomorrow.

#1. politics.mn – Loon releases TV ad

#2. Star Tribune – The cash contest: Major outside political groups have already raised $11 million

#3. Star Tribune – The cash contest: Candidates in key House races rolling in cash

#4. Star Tribune – GOP House Speaker John Boehner fundraises for himself in Minneapolis

#5. Star Tribune – The cash contest: In party fundraising, DFL continues to dominate; GOP catching up

#6. Star Tribune – The cash contest: Minnesota House primaries

#7. Star Tribune – The cash contest: Dayton leads Republicans in cash; Honour leads all in revenue

#8. MPR – With a little help from their friends, Minnesota races litter the airwaves

#9. MPR – Johnson campaigning for governor again after surgery

#10. MinnPost – Small Race, Big Money: Candidates and outside groups spending freely in Loon-Kihne House contest

#11. Politics in Minnesota – Critics: Report dismisses White Bear Lake proposal

#12. St. Cloud Times – Honour wants to cap state spending

#13. Scott Honour for Governor – Honour: Fundamental Disagreement with Jeff Johnson Over How to Look at the Budget

#14. Scott Honour for Governor – Conservative Businessman Mike Parry Endorses Honour-Housley for Governor-Lt.Gov

#15. Stewart Mills for Congress – Local TV Stations Stop Airing Misleading Attack Ad Against Stewart Mills

#16. Kurt Zellers for Governor – Campaign Finance Report Shows Zellers Continues to Build Statewide Grassroots Campaign

As always, please check back to politics.mn for additional posts and analysis on the 2014 elections. 

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