Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann says she’s working to muster support in Minnesota and Washington for money to add a new Interstate 94 lane in each direction between the western suburbs and St. Cloud.
John Williams Bracket Challenge For 2013-MOST IMPORTANT POLITICAL FIGURE IN MINNESOTA-Opening Round Ventura Bracket.
The Former Governor, Jesse Ventura is the #1 Seed in this regional.
A narrow re-election win last November has kept Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann out of the spotlight in recent months. But she got a warm welcome when she stood before the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington.
A state Senate ethics committee has opted not to act on a complaint filed against a Republican senator that accused him of taking improper payments from Rep. Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign.
A Minnesota police officer killed in the line of duty could soon be remembered with a stretch of highway named in his honor.
A former aide to Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann says he’s filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission, claiming the one-time presidential challenger made improper payments to an Iowa state senator.
Minnesota’s members of Congress who were elected in November are being sworn in at the U.S. Capitol.
Federal prosecutors say a New Jersey man made threatening phone calls to public officials including Louisiana’s governor and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Republican Michele Bachmann has dramatically reduced what had been a more than $1 million debt from her failed presidential run — and she has her congressional re-election effort to thank for it.
In the days since Republicans lost an election many in the party thought was theirs, chatter has been bubbling about what the GOP should do to recover.
The most talked about, expensive and historic vote was the one for the marriage amendment, which for the first time in any state did not receive enough votes to pass.
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann is headed back to Washington, but the tea party favorite’s toughest race yet suggests a new vulnerability in the wake of her failed presidential run.
Minnesota Republicans have some serious rebuilding ahead. The 2012 election was a stinging loss for the GOP in Minnesota, from the top of the ticket to the bottom.
About three million people across the state are expected to cast their ballots on Election Day, and millions more will do the same across the nation.
Democrats are watching a northeastern Minnesota race as one of their top chances for a pickup in the U.S. House.
Republican U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she’s a bipartisan problem solver. Her challenger, Democrat Jim Graves, says he has private sector experience.
Meet Janeane. Last year, when all those Republican presidential hopefuls were revving their campaigns into gear in Iowa, she was there with pleas and tears. She pushed by the TV cameras to talk to Mitt Romney, who hugged her, held her close and listened as she said: “Save the small families in America!”
Michele Bachmann is calling her bid for re-election her toughest race yet. On Thursday, the congresswoman and her DFL challenger Jim Graves faced off in their second debate.
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann and Democratic challenger Jim Graves clashed over a bridge outside Minnesota’s 6th District as they faced each other in their first debate Tuesday.
A new Star Tribune poll says that Rep. Michele Bachmann holds a six-point lead in her race against hotel executive Jim Graves. Of those surveyed, 51 percent favor Bachmann while 45 percent say they will vote for Graves.
He’s being called the “unlikely spokesperson” for the pro-gay marriage cause.
Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann’s tendency to cause a ruckus on Capitol Hill made her a tea party sensation. Her bulging campaign treasury and conservative district make her a clear favorite to win a fourth House term on Election Day, despite her Democratic rival’s attempts to turn her won’t-budge philosophy into a liability.
Minnesota’s television airwaves are flooded with negative campaign ads right now, especially in the hotly contested races for Congressional seats held by Republicans Michele Bachmann and Chip Cravaack.
Republican Michele Bachmann’s opponent for congressional re-election has put more of money into his campaign, but the incumbent still has a wide cash advantage heading into the final weeks.
This week, Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s campaign announced she raised $4.5 million for her re-election bid in the third quarter.