DFL Rep. Lesch Faces $20K Campaign Fund Misuse FineLesch acknowledged shoddy bookkeeping in a statement but denied misusing campaign funds, saying he simply lost receipts.
4 Things To Know: Cease Fire, DFL Convention, Mille Lacs & Color RunHere's a look at the four things you need to know for July 9, 2017.
No Mayoral Endorsement At Minneapolis DFL ConventionDFL delegates spent a hot, sunny Saturday inside the Minneapolis Convention Center.
DFL Lawmakers Form Caucus Dedicated To Minority IssuesDemocrats at the State Capitol are forming a minority caucus to push for issues that are important to people of color.
Minnesota Democrats Re-Elect Party Chair Ken MartinMinnesota democrats re-elected Ken Martin as party chair Saturday, according to Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Minnesota Supreme Court Dismisses DFL Lawsuit To Take Trump Off BallotThe Minnesota Supreme Court on Monday rejected an effort by Democrats to strip Donald Trump's name from the November ballot.
Rep. Phyllis Kahn Facing Uphill Battle At DFL ConventionMinnesota's longest-serving legislator is facing some obstacles Saturday night against her own party.
Minnesota DFL Party Sees Heavy Super Tuesday TurnoutMinnesota's DFL Party chair says the turnout on Super Tuesday is so heavy, it is possible it will approach 2008's record turnout of 220,000 voters. Party Chair Ken Martin says only a handful of precincts have run out of ballots, and voting has been orderly despite the very heavy turnout.
Want To Vote In The Minnesota Caucuses? Here's What You Need To KnowBoth parties in Minnesota hold their caucus on the same day as 12 other states -- Super Tuesday. Here's a quick rundown of what you need to know if you want to take part:
Sanders, Clinton Speak At Minnesota DFL FundraiserA major fundraiser Friday night brought both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders to St. Paul River Centre. It was the annual Humphrey-Mondale dinner.
House Democrats Seek More Funding To Combat TerrorHouse Democrats say more funding is needed to combat terror recruiting in Minnesota. The large Somali community in Minneapolis has made it a primary target for terrorism recruitment -- and the federal government's anti-terrorism efforts.
Poll: Opinions Vary On How To Spend $1.2B MN SurplusA new poll shows Minnesotans are divided on how to spend a $1.2 billion state surplus. About 30 percent of respondents want the money refunded to taxpayers. Roughly the same number of people say the state should save the surplus and another 31 percent say spent it.

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