The Star Tribune reported yesterday evening that former State Senator Ray Vandeveer has been a paid consultant to the Senate Republican Caucus since March 2013. Vandeveer has been paid $4,500 from the Senate Victory PAC, a federal political action committee established by the Minnesota Senate Republican Caucus. Late last evening, I spoke […]
Everything can turn into a political battle and nothing generates more political news than the new stadium for the Minnesota...
Dr. Larry Jacobs from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs spoke with Julie Bartkey of Capitol Report/Minnesota Senate...
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I’m back! I want to thank everyone for all of the personal comments and phone calls during the last week. It was greatly appreciated. We’re 16 days away from the election and I’ll be posting everyday, so thanks again for the support and check back to politics.mn. #1. Via the […]Read more ›
I conducted a series of interviews yesterday about my lawsuit regarding my employment with the Minnesota Senate. On September 6, 2012, a federal magistrate issued an order which prohibited the parties involved from “public discussing this case”. The order issued on September 6, 2012 specifically stated: “IT IS FURTHER ORDERED […]Read more ›
Politics In Minnesota published a must-read story about how the campaigns for/against the constitutional amendment to limit marriage solely between one man and one woman are battling in the suburbs. A battleground area for control of the legislature is Edina, where Representative Keith Downey is running for the Minnesota Senate […]Read more ›
All 201 seats in the Minnesota Legislature are up for re-election this year and due to the new redistricting maps, there are also 15 open house districts. The current partisan breakdown of the Minnesota House of Representatives is 72 seats for the GOP, 61 seats for the DFL, with one open-seat. The […]Read more ›