According to multiple sources I spoke with today, State Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Mary’s Point) is being enouraged to run for governor in 2014 against Gov. Mark Dayton. While Housley was elected to the Minnesota Senate in 2012, she is already considered one of the strongest Republican members in the […]
At The Capitol
Blois Olson’s The Morning Take reported this morning that Representative Jim Abler is having a fundraising later...
“People have a right to expect lower property taxes.” – State Representative Paul Marquart (DFL-Dilworth) Source:...
The Star Tribune reported yesterday evening that former State Senator Ray Vandeveer has been a paid consultant to the...
#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 ›
The federal government has been shutdown for almost six days, but after the federal government re-opens, at least one issue will likely dog incumbent members of Congress: Did they accept a paycheck during the government shutdown? The only member of Minnesota’s Congressional delegation that is accepting a paycheck during the […]Read more ›
Will Gov. Mark Dayton run for re-election in 2014, or will history once again be a predictor of future behavior and will Dayton decline to seek re-election? Gov. Dayton, who previously served as Minnesota’s State Auditor and U.S. Senator has never sought re-election to any of the offices he previously […]Read more ›
There were no fireworks at today’s Special Session, in fact it was one of the shortest special sessions in the history of the Minnesota. The session lasted just over an hour in the Minnesota House of Representatives and Governor Dayton has already signed the disaster relief legislation passed today by […]Read more ›