Minnesota Republicans have elected former state representative Keith Downey as their new chairman.
Minnesota Republicans are meeting to elect a new party chairman.
After their party surrendered statehouse control last month, Minnesota Republicans leaders are gathering to assess how the party can rebound in time for a high-stakes 2014 campaign.
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.
A company Minnesota Republicans used to shield 2010 recount costs has received an extension to formally register a campaign account and report its finances.
Supporters of maverick Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul are seizing control of Minnesota’s state Republican Convention.
Normally overlooked, Minnesota Republicans reveled in a chance to sway a party presidential nominating contest in Tuesday night caucuses that for once were on the radar of all the major contenders.
Minnesota Republicans produced a policy agenda Thursday full of familiar ideas for reshaping state government that they plan to push in the session that starts next week.
Minnesota Republicans meet Saturday to elect a new chairman during a difficult time for the party.
The coming year that is 2012 should be a banner one for Republicans. But in Minnesota the party faithful have to be reeling, wondering how their leaders could have let them down at so many levels.
For the second day in a row, Gov. Mark Dayton is ramping up his anti-Republican rhetoric, blaming a small group of conservative freshmen lawmakers for the budget stalemate.