TV Ads Link Lewis, Paulsen To Trump CampaignNational Democrats unveiled a major television ad campaign Wednesday against two Minnesota Republican Congressional candidates.
How Trump Could Hurt Or Help Minnesota's GOP CandidatesAs politicians ponder how Donald Trump will affect down-ballot races big and small, two Congressional races in Minnesota offer a case study in how the brash businessman and presidential nominee could hurt or help his fellow Republicans.
Paulsen, Stanek Meet To Discuss Curbing Opioid AddictionRegional leaders came together Friday to share insight and discuss strategies for preventing opioid abuse. The discussions come as President Barack Obama is pushing a new plan to fight the deadly heroin and opioid addiction that is affecting thousands around the country.
Reality Check: Paulsen Ad Paints Bonoff As Serial Tax RaiserRepublican Congressman Erik Paulsen is going negative in his 3rd District Congressional race. Paulsen's new TV ad accuses Terri Bonoff of being a serial tax-raiser.
Reality Check: Erik Paulsen & Donald TrumpNational Democrats are running a tough new TV ad linking Republican Congressman Erik Paulsen to Donald Trump.
MN Lawmakers Launch Campaign To End Human TraffickingA new campaign announced at the State Fair Thursday aims to bring more attention to victims of human trafficking.
3rd District Candidates' Debate Sidetracked With Mentions Of Trump, ClintonThe top contenders in Minnesota's hotly contested 3rd Congressional district squared off for the first time in a debate Wednesday.
Top Minnesota Republicans Mixed On TrumpIn Minnesota, Republican leaders are uneasy with Donald Trump as the GOP candidate.
Nation Eyeing Paulsen-Bonoff RaceOne of the most closely watched races in the entire nation is in Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District, where incumbent Congressman Erik Paulsen faces stiff competition from State Sen. Terri Bonoff.
Talking Points: Trump And Minnesota RepublicansAt the party convention in Duluth this weekend, party leaders made an appeal for Minnesota Republicans to unite behind Donald Trump.
Minnesota Republican Leaders Not Rushing to Embrace Donald TrumpThey are not embracing him just yet, but Minnesota Republicans say they will vote for Donald Trump in November if he wins the party nomination.
Talking Points: The 'Trump Effect' On Minnesota RacesIt’s a theory that if Donald Trump is the party's nominee, it could hurt moderate Republicans in local races.

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