Minn. Campaign Money Regulator Promises Data Fix Minnesota's campaign finance regulatory agency plans to implement new auditing procedures and seek a law change to deal with errors in its database of political fundraising transactions.
Minn. To Keep Enforcing Campaign Disclosure LawMinnesota's top campaign regulator said Monday the state will continue requiring political groups to disclose campaign fundraising and spending this fall despite a federal appeals court ruling last week that found part of the law "most likely unconstitutional."
Cash-Strapped Minn. GOP Buys Time To Pay FineMinnesota's Republican Party is so short on money that it has requested and received permission to pay a $26,900 fine in four installments rather than by a mid-August due date.
Minn. GOP, Former Chairman Face Fines Over RecountCampaign finance regulators have fined the Minnesota Republican Party, former chairman Tony Sutton and a separate corporation over the financing of recount in the 2010 governor's race.
Minn. GOP To Face Probe From Campaign BoardThe Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure will investigate the state Republican Party for alleged campaign finance violations in 2010.
Campaign Board Boots Catholic DVD ComplaintMinnesota's Campaign Finance Board dismissed a complaint against the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis and Archbishop John Nienstedt over the distribution last year of a DVD critical of same-sex marriage.