Every 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 – From a helicopter, Emmer talks roads in new TV ad
#2. politics.mn – Replay: Dayton vs Johnson debate in Duluth
#3. politics.mn – Unwinding The SPIN: Jeff Johnson complicates a cup of coffee
#4. Star Tribune – The perils of Photoshop
#5. Star Tribune – By the numbers: U.S. House candidates’ hauls
#6. Star Tribune – Rep. Michele Bachmann: Border Patrol not stopping anyone on southern frontier
#7. Star Tribune – First Lady Obama to rally Democrats in Minnesota
#8. Star Tribune – McFadden unveils plan aimed at helping working families
#9. MPR – Fundraising-palooza: The latest on MN campaign money
#10. MPR – Michelle Obama to rally MN DFLers next week
#11. MPR – ‘Dark money’ group behind latest attack on Franken
#12. MPR – McFadden wants child care tax credits expanded
#13. MPR – In fight for Minn. House, GOP goes all-in on Willmar
#14. MinnPost – Do we have too much democracy?
#15. MinnPost – Austin Daily Herald calls for online voting, says ‘technology can prevent fraud’
#16. MinnPost – Does a boring ballot question hold the key to sustaining Minneapolis’ restaurant boom?
#17. The Hill – Campaign spending is ‘out of control,’ Bachmann says
#18. Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate – Give Families Flexibility in Workforce Policy
#19. Mike McFadden for U.S. Senate – First Lady Michelle Obama To Reward Senator Franken For Supporting Obama Agenda 97% Of The Time
#20. Minnesota DFL – ‘Personally Offensive Tour’: Duluth workers invite Stewart Mills III to meet a minimum-wage earner
#21. Minnesota DFL – Dan Severson on election corruption: Democrats win elections due to voter fraud and stuffing ballot boxes
#22. Republican Party of Minnesota – Minnesota DFL in strong position for last weeks of election
#23. Minnesota Jobs Coalition – Health Insurance Premiums Spike Across The State
As always, please check back to politics.mn for additional posts and analysis on the 2014 elections.