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Downey wins re-election as Republican Party chair by default

Downey wins re-election as Republican Party chair by default

Republican Party of Minnesota Chair Keith Downey was re-elected to a second term on Saturday, defeating Neil Lynch and Bill Jungbauer on the first ballot at the Republican Party of Minnesota State Central Committee meeting at Olson Middle School in Bloomington. Downey announced his intention to seek another term as chair […]

Lynch to run for chair of Republican Party

Lynch to run for chair of Republican Party

Neil Lynch, chair of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Minnesota, announced today he will run for chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota. Lynch will face incumbent Republican Party of Minnesota Chair Keith Downey and Bill Jungbauer, the former chair of the 2nd Congressional District Republicans in Saturday’s election for chair. The party […]

Jungbauer to run for chair of Republican Party

Jungbauer to run for chair of Republican Party

Bill Jungbauer, who previoulsy served in the leadership of the 2nd and 4th Congressional District Republicans, said today he will be a candidate for chair of the Republican Party of Minnesota. Jungbauer is the first candidate to challenge incumbent Republican Party of Minnesota Chair Keith Downey for re-election. The election […]

A good day of turbulence for the Republican Party

A good day of turbulence for the Republican Party

A sign of growing turbulence inside the Republican Party of Minnesota was on display today, as two members of the Republican Party of Minnesota’s State Executive Committee lost their bids for re-election. Dave Thul, a member of the committee from the 1st Congressional District and Pat Anderson, a member of […]

Turmoil in GOP Reaches Boiling Point

Turmoil in GOP Reaches Boiling Point

The tension and distrust between Minnesota Republicans over the endorsement of Jeff Johnson for governor has reached such an intensity level, that members of the Republican Party of Minnesota’s State Executive Committee who are not supporting Johnson have endured harassing and threatening behavior at two recent meetings.