Minnesota Rep. John Kline isn’t ruling out a run for U.S. Senate next year but says his decision won’t come until this summer.
Minnesota Rep. John Kline, a member of GOP leadership in Washington, says automatic federal budget cuts neither side wants have a “better than even” chance of kicking in.
Chad talks with Rep. John Kline about why he wasn’t at the SOTU and what needs to be done to get things done in D.C.
Minnesota’s members of Congress who were elected in November are being sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.
Republican Rep. John Kline has defeated Democrat Mike Obermueller in Minnesota’s 2nd District.
Minnesota viewers are getting bombarded with political ads again this year. But one political commercial seems to be standing out.
Republican Rep. John Kline has a healthy bank balance for the final weeks of his race against Democrat Mike Obermueller.
Rep. John Kline has easily prevailed in a Minnesota Republican primary election as he seeks a sixth term in Congress representing a southern suburban district.
Add two Republicans to the chorus questioning U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann’s call for an investigation of a State Department employee.
Democrat Mike Obermueller’s campaign is reserving almost $800,000 worth of time on Minneapolis-St. Paul TV airwaves as he attempts to unseat Republican Rep. John Kline.
Democrat Mike Obermueller says he has raised more than $250,000 in his quest to unseat Republican Rep. John Kline in Minnesota’s newly redrawn 2nd District.
Republican U.S. Rep. John Kline has $1.3 million in the bank as he seeks re-election in a newly redrawn 2nd Congressional District with a less conservative tilt.
A Democrat-backing super PAC and a major union have reserved almost $900,000 worth of Twin Cities TV ad time as they target Republican Reps. Chip Cravaack and John Kline of Minnesota and Rep. Sean Duffy of Wisconsin.
Minnesota political leaders on both sides of the federal health care debate reacted quickly and sharply to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act, which opponents dub “Obamacare.”
Some 2,000 Minnesota Red Bulls and more than 45,000 other National Guard troops nationwide are only a single vote away from having a much needed financial benefit restored to their military service package.