For the first time since the election, gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer sat down for a one-on-one interview. Emmer has kept a low public profile since Nov. 2.
As the unsettled Minnesota governor’s race moves to a re-count, the money to keep the battle going can flow freely — and possibly without public disclosure of who is bankrolling it.
A lawyer for Tom Emmer says the Republican gubernatorial nominee isn’t giving any thought to waiving an automatic recount in the Minnesota governor’s race.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Democrat Mark Dayton says he’s not declaring victory in the Minnesota governor’s race. Dayton holds a 9,000-vote lead over Republican Tom Emmer, but the race appears headed for an automatic recount. Dayton […]
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — When I first interviewed Tom Horner last spring and asked why he thought he could be elected Governor of Minnesota as an independent, he replied that he would present the middle ground […]
Former President Bill Clinton and current Vice President Joe Biden will be coming to Minnesota to stump for DFL gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton.