Welcome to a politics.mn’s Election Day live blog. The live blog will start when the polls open at 7:00 AM and will last until the final results are announced – a long day. Please check back throughout the entire day for immediate analysis, breaking news and up-to-the-minute information on the 2014 elections. […]
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. Michael Brodkorb’s Star Tribune […]
“Between voting with President Obama 97% of the time and refusing to support a ban on travelers from Ebola-infected nations, Al Franken has repeatedly put his partisan agenda ahead of what’s best for Minnesota families. With a record like this, not even Don Draper could sell Minnesotans on another six […]
Governor Mark Dayton was endorsed by two newspapers today – The St. Cloud Times and the Winona Daily News. Both newspapers editorials offered tough analysis on the weaknesses in Jeff Johnson’s candidacy. Winona Daily News: “Dayton’s running against Republican Jeff Johnson. Who’s that? We’re not really sure, either. The guy […]
“We’re going to see spikes in premiums like no one ever expected. They’re going to kill a lot of families in this state.” Source: Jeff Johnson, Governor’s race, in person, on the issues: Jeff Johnson, October 24, 2014.
“There are a lot of 6-1 votes, and he is usually on the side that doesn’t prevail,” said Mike Opat, chair of the Hennepin County Board who, it should be noted, is serving on Gov. Mark Dayton’s campaign finance committee. “[Jeff Johnson] doesn’t work very hard to try and convince the […]
“Democrats are rushing to help Al Franken hold on…” Source: Mark Halperin, “Mark Halperin’s Daybook: Obama On the Trail”, October, 15 2014
This post is not just about coffee, but it will start out with a discussion on coffee. Let me begin by telling you that I do not currently drink coffee. Three years ago, I tried it for a week. I liked the first few cups, but then stopped. I try […]