The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board has fined the Minnesota Senate DFL Caucus $100,000 – one of the largest fines in history – for violating campaign finance regulations during the 2012 elections. The Minnesota DFL released the following regarding the fine: “We are pleased to put this matter […]
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It’s been an interesting week and the political landscape in Minnesota has certainly changed. I’ll be back up with new posts tomorrow, so check back to politics.mn.
The bulk of my Election Day predictions were spot on – only missed a few races. Tonight will be an election night in which most politicos will be calling unbelievable for years to come. I’ll have more analysis in the coming days, but the landscape of Minnesota politics has been […]
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Predictions: Obama, Klobuchar Win in Minnesota, GOP Loses Seats in Legislature, Photo ID Amendment Passes, Marriage Amendment Fails
I don’t think I’ve ever I’ve seen an election cycle in Minnesota where so many pundits are confident on some races, while also shrugging their shoulders with a dazed look on their faces about the down ballot races. You don’t have to be a political scientist to predict Tuesday’s election […]
Republican activists in Minnesota are some of the hardest working Republicans in the country and it’s great to see Mitt Romney’s VP pick, Congressman Paul Ryan, fire-up a crowd of thousands at a campaign stop today in Minnesota. But all public indications based on polling is that President Obama will […]
Dr. Larry Jacobs from the Humphrey School of Public Affairs spoke with Julie Bartkey of Capitol Report/Minnesota Senate Media Services about the factors influencing the upcoming legislative elections. As Dr. Jacobs noted in his interview, turnout will be one of the biggest factors that will determine control of the Minnesota […]