State Senator Julie Rosen (R-Fairmont) expressed new interest in running for governor in 2014 yesterday, telling the Star Tribune’s Rachel Stassen-Berger that she’s looking with “fresh eyes” at the race. Rosen’s new look at running for governor comes as one of Rosen’s colleagues in the Minnesota Senate, State Senator Karin Housley […]
State Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Mary’s Point) confirmed this morning that she is being encouraged to run for...
According to multiple sources I spoke with today, State Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Mary’s Point) is being enouraged...
Marty Seifert’s run for governor was endorsed today by current state senator who was thinking about being a candidate...
The Minnesota Jobs Coalition released a poll today showing 51 percent of Minnesotans currently disapprove of Obamacare, with 43 percent approving. The poll showed 45 percent of Minnesotans think U.S. Senator Al Franken deserves re-election, with 43 percent wanting to “give a new person a chance.” The poll also showed […]Read more ›
Former representative and 2010 Republican candidate for governor Marty Seifert announced his campaign for governor this morning in Marshall. Via a press from Seifert’s campaign: “Minnesota’s middle-class families have faced tremendous challenges over the last three years because of Mark Dayton’s poor leadership,” said Seifert. “Higher taxes, burdensome regulations, dysfunctional […]Read more ›
According to multiple sources, State Senator Julie Rosen has decided against running for governor in 2014. A formal announcement will reportedly be made by Senator Rosen in the near future, but the date has yet to be established. Over the last few months, there has been a sizable reduction in […]Read more ›
#1. Obama’s poll numbers dropping: President Obama’s approval rating is currently the lowest of his presidency, with 59 percent disapproving of the job he’s doing. Click here to read the complete polling information. #2. MNSure: The same poll mentioned above shows only 19 percent of Americans think the healthcare they […]Read more ›