Marco Rubio Threat On Child Tax Credit Puts Bump In GOP Tax PathRepublican Marco Rubio's potential defection over a tax credit for low-income parents put a speed bump into GOP leaders' drive to push their big tax package through the Senate, but it's a complication that's likely to be resolved.
Marco Rubio Endorses Jeff Johnson For Minnesota Gov.Johnson is one of five major Republican candidates in a field that is expected to grow.
Talking Points: Kline’s Advice For Republicans In PowerDuring his presidential campaign, President-elect Donald Trump clashed not only with Hillary Clinton but also with many members of the Republican Party.
Minnesota’s Republican Delegates Expected To Line Up For TrumpMinnesota is the only state in the country that Marco Rubio won, which commits a majority of delegates to vote for the Florida senator on the first ballot. But Minnesota’s Donald Trump delegates are unfazed.
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Minnesota Votes For Rubio, Sanders On Super TuesdayMinnesota stood alone on the Super Tuesday map, handing Florida Sen. Marco Rubio his first and only win for the Republican nomination even as Donald Trump padded his lead elsewhere.
Marco Rubio Wins Minnesota's GOP CaucusCBS News has projected a win for Marco Rubio in Minnesota's Republican Caucuses, marking his first victory in the race to the 2016 presidential election.
Minnesotans Defend Their Caucus PicksThousands of Minnesotans crowded into caucus sites around the state on Super Tuesday. Some of the voices in the crowd explained their thoughts on the GOP and Democratic presidential hopefuls.
Rubio Rallies In Andover Ahead Of Super TuesdayRepublican candidate Marco Rubio returned to Minnesota Tuesday for his second rally in a week, and drew a big crowd.
How Minnesota Fits In Super Tuesday Minnesota moved up its caucus date to be part of Super Tuesday, and it’s made a big difference.
Candidates Make Final Push In Minnesota Before Super TuesdayThe stakes are high for Bernie Sanders on Minnesota's caucus day. The Vermont senator is well back of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination and needs to do well in caucus states that tend to reward candidates with passionate supporters.