State Senator Karin Housley (R-St. Mary’s Point) confirmed this morning that she is being encouraged to run for governor in 2014 against Gov. Mark Dayton. Housley said she is giving “thoughtful and serious consideration” about becoming a candidate for governor next year. As I noted yesterday, Housley was elected to the Minnesota […]
Phil Krinkie, who’s running for Congress in the 6th Congressional District, has been endorsed by Arizona Congressman...
State Auditor Rebecca Otto continues to take heat in Northern Minnesota for her “no” vote against mining...
According to multiple sources, State Senator Julie Rosen has decided against running for governor in 2014. A formal...
MinnPost is reporting this morning that former representative and 2010 Republican candidate for governor Marty Seifert will announce for governor on November 21st. Seifert’s potential run for governor has been generating buzz for weeks. Blois Olson’s The Morning Take reported last week that Seifert would be getting in the race within […]Read more ›
Kelly Fenton, the Deputy Chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota, is likely to run for the Minnesota Legislature in 2014. Last evening, Representative Andrea Keiffer (R-Woodbury), announced she would not seek re-election to Minnesota House of Representatives in HD 53B. Fenton told me she has received “numerous calls of encouragement” […]Read more ›
Gov. Mark Dayton today endorsed “Ready for Hillary” – the national organization focused on encouraging Hillary Clinton to run for president in 2016. Via a press released from Ready for Hillary, Governor Dayton said: Everyday, Minnesotans from all over our state and from all walks of life tell me that […]Read more ›
Yesterday was Election Day and the biggest political news in Minnesota was the use of ranked voting in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Click here for results from across Minnesota and here for updated results in Minneapolis and here for St. Paul. Below are stories covering yesterday’s elections. MinnPost – Hodges […]Read more ›