Political Drive-Time – July 31, 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 – Quote of the Day: Brodkorb on picking a Twitter fight with Kriesel

#2. politics.mn -Minnesota’s Future backs Zellers; Releases ad

#3. politics.mn – Balls & Strikes: Honour, Seifert, Zellers should release tax returns

#4. Star Tribune – Rochester VA clinic staff ‘felt pressure’ to manipulate wait time data, audit finds

#5. Star Tribune – Minnesota House members vote along party lines to sue President Obama

#6. Star Tribune – More than $715K poured into political groups recently

#7. Star Tribune – Alliance for a Better MN director moving to Education Minnesota union

#8. MPR – As primary looms, a GOP frontrunner emerges

#9. MPR – Appeals court lifts child care union roadblock

#10. MinnPost – Style wars: it’s not policy differences defining GOP governor candidates

#11. MinnPost – Ventura verdict sends message to writers: Be careful

#12. MinnPost – Ventura verdict shocks legal experts

#13. Politics in Minnesota – Who at the Capitol has zeal for Twitter?

#14. Politics in Minnesota – In money chase, GOP field still trails Dayton

#15. Brainerd Dispatch  – Grand View gubernatorial debate canceled

#16. Minnesota DFL –  Minnesota Republican candidates for governor spar at MPR debate

#17. Minnesota DFL – DFL delivers gift to McFadden in honor of empty promise to Minnesota seniors

#18. Republican Party of Minnesota – Jeff Johnson’s Vision For Minnesota

#19. Marty Seifert for Governor – Seifert strong in Minnesota Public Radio debate

#20. Scott Honour for Governor – Scott Honour Releases New Radio Ad in Campaign for Governor

#21. Kurt Zellers for Governor – Kurt Zellers’ Statement on Parrish v. Dayton

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

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