Minnesota got a late burst of attention Sunday from the two presidential campaigns, as former President Bill Clinton stumped for the Obama campaign in St. Cloud while Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan rallied at the Minneapolis airport.
Like Hurricane Sandy, the presidential campaign is changing course by the hour, as President Obama and Mitt Romney each search for the right tone, while toning down the rhetoric.
Former Governor Tim Pawlenty talked about candidate Mitt Romney’s visit to Eagan among other campaign news on WCCO Radio Thursday morning.
Ron Paul is rolling the dice on Nevada and other caucus states like Minnesota, Kansas and Washington, hoping to keep his nontraditional presidential campaign alive by amassing Republican delegates rather than notching outright wins.
Encountering small crowds and fresh viability questions, Republican Michele Bachmann slogged into the final weekend of Iowa caucus campaigning Friday looking for any spark to her flagging bid.
Three Republican presidential candidates, each claiming to be the truly conservative alternative to Mitt Romney, are launching bus tours Tuesday through this early nominating state.
Politico campaign 2012 reporter James Hohmann talked about the latest Republican efforts to gain support in Iowa
Herman Cain has released a new campaign ad that has a different style.
Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says she’s not a politician but a real person.
Republican Tim Pawlenty is building in three days of campaigning in New Hampshire ahead of a nationally televised presidential candidate debate in the opening primary state.
A columnist for the site The Daily Beast labeled ex-Gov. Tim Pawlenty “boring, bland and unknown” and then goes on to argue that he could in fact win the GOP nomination.
When Tim and Mary Pawlenty step out for date night, the fine dining can be a sandwich over a garbage can at a Minnesota Wild game. His ride since leaving the governor’s office is a used Ford Escape. His house is a trim two-story like millions of others in American suburbs.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty tried to keep fundraising expectations in check Wednesday for his upcoming Republican presidential campaign, saying he simply needs enough money to run a “Buick”-type campaign.
CNN host Anderson Cooper provides an update about GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann’s use of LensCrafters in her political rhetoric.
Republican Tim Pawlenty’s nascent presidential campaign is settling into a high-rise office building in downtown Minneapolis, the planned headquarters of a White House run.
Representative Michelle Bachmann was visiting Iowa yesterday, and proclaimed “I’m In” to a question about the 2012 Presidential race.
Dave Lee talked with Hamline University political science expert David Schultz about Pawlenty’s plans on the WCCO Morning News
Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she hopes for a “grace period” before the 2012 campaign begins, with no declared opponents and $1.6 million in the bank.