Public opinion polls this week are showing the campaigns for two constitutional amendments are getting very close.
For two decades, Stan Genedek has made buildings crumble across Minnesota. The man behind Mendota Heights-based Genedek Landscaping and Excavation is used to receiving job requests and questions from advice-seekers around the state every day.
In Brooklyn Park, a group of very angry homeowners are coming together after they say their “VOTE NO” signs were stolen or damaged.
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The group working to add a ban on same-sex marriage to the Minnesota Constitution started a television ad campaign across the state on Monday.
In addition to the ad wars and lawn sign battles over the marriage amendment, a battle of NFL stars is now underway.
The group promoting a constitutional ban on gay marriage in Minnesota is debuting its first two TV ads of a heated campaign on Monday.
The debate over the marriage amendment is turning ugly in one West St. Paul Neighborhood.
If the marriage amendment passes or fails, here’s what will happen: Nothing.
The biggest election contest in Minnesota isn’t the U.S. Senate race or the Presidential race. It’s the campaigns to pass — or defeat — the constitutional amendment to define marriage as between one man and one woman.
Hamline University’s faculty has voted Wednesday to oppose the marriage amendment, which would change Minnesota’s constitution to define marriage as between a man and woman.
In one TV ad, a husband and wife talk fondly of a lesbian couple who moved into their neighborhood. In another, a married couple speaks of wanting fair treatment for their lesbian daughter. A third features a pastor talking supportively about gay unions.
People on both sides of the marriage amendment debate are stepping up efforts to get more votes as we get closer to the November ballot.
Minnesota’s Roman Catholic bishops are urging churchgoers to donate money for television ads in support of a constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage.
The parents of a gay Minnesota soldier who was killed in Afghanistan are launching a statewide tour by veterans against a gay marriage ban.