Republican Keith Downey Bows Out Of Governor’s RaceRepublican Keith Downey announced Wednesday that he is withdrawing from the Minnesota governor’s race.
9 Of 10 Gov. Candidates Say They'll Release Tax ReturnsRepublican Sen. Dave Osmek is the only one who says he won't make the voluntary disclosure.
Keith Downey Announces He'll Run For GovernorKeith Downey announced his candidacy Monday morning at the State Capitol.
Jennifer Carnahan Elected Chair Of Minnesota Republican PartyThe Republican Party of Minnesota has a new chair.
Minnesota Politicians React To Trump's InaugurationDonald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States Friday. Political leaders in Minnesota are reacting to the beginning of a new presidential era.
GOP Chair Downey Won't Run Again; May Have Gubernatorial AmbitionsThe chairman of Minnesota's Republican Party says he won't run for a third term.
A List Of Who's Likely To Run For Governor In 2018The break from politics in Minnesota is over. Let the 2018 race for governor begin.
Minnesota Republican Delegates Share Message Of Unity At RNCOn the convention floor Monday, some of the delegates attempted to change the rules to stop Donald Trump's nomination.
GOP, DFL Chairmen Predict Record Super TuesdayMinnesota's top political leaders are predicting a strong turnout next week at the Minnesota caucuses. The leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties say it could even rival the record turnout in 2008.
Trump Leading Republican Presidential Polls Despite Muslim CommentsNationwide, 35 percent of GOP primary voters say they'd like to see Donald Trump get the nomination. That's more than double the support of his nearest competitors, Senator Ted Cruz and Ben Carson.
Minnesota GOP Volunteer Dismissed After 'Negro Problem' TweetThe chairman of Minnesota's Republican party says a local party's social media manager is being fired for referring to a "Negro problem" on Twitter.
4 Presidential Candidates Speak At Mpls. DNC ConferenceMinneapolis was center stage Friday for the Democrats in the 2016 presidential race. The Democratic National Committee is holding its summer meeting downtown, where Hillary Clinton was mobbed by supporters.