The Minnesota DFL is estimating 14,585 people attended DFL precinct caucuses on February 4 – a total which would beat the turnout at precinct caucuses for Republicans in Minnesota. The number should be warning sign for Republicans. In my pre-precinct caucus primer, I encouraged folks to compare the number of […]
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The 2014 Minnesota precinct caucuses are in the history books. The official and complete results have yet to be announced, but the winners and losers are known today. For Republicans, the turnout for precinct caucus is nothing else but disappointing and represents a problem for Republicans in 2014. In 2010, 19,723 […]
Precinct caucuses are today in Minnesota and before I write anything else, I encourage you to attend your neighborhood precinct caucus meeting. Click here for information from the Minnesota Office of Secretary of State Mark Ritchie on precinct caucuses. Republicans will have multiple candidates for statewide office traveling across Minnesota […]
The 6th Congressional District Republicans have scheduled a straw ballot candidate preference poll to be held at precinct caucuses on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. The straw ballot preference poll will list the 3 remaining candidates for Congress – former Representative Tom Emmer, former Representative Phil Krinkie, Anoka County Commissioner Rhonda Sivarajah and […]
I’ll providing analysis on the straw ballot results the Republican Party of Minnesota’s State Central Committee meeting in Blaine. This post will be updated as the results of the voting are announced. I’ll also provide commentary on the spin from the campaigns how they did in the voting. Check back […]
Click here for a live blog of today’s Republican Party of Minnesota’s State Central Committee meeting in Blaine. Check back to poltics.mn for immediate analysis on the straw ballot results for governor & U.S. Senate.
This Saturday, the Republican Party of Minnesota (MN GOP) will be conducting a straw ballot candidate preference poll at the MN GOP State Central Committee meeting in Blaine. As I noted in my analysis of the straw ballot, over the last 19 years, the winners of the straw ballots conducted at conventions […]
Harold Shudlick, a retired chaplain in the U.S. Army, confirmed tonight he will be a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate. Shudlick previously ran for the U.S. Senate in 2006 and 2012. Shudlick’s name will now appear on the Republican Party of Minnesota’s straw ballot for U.S. Senate, which will […]