With gay marriage soon to be the law of Minnesota, the political group that led the push to pass it will live on as a political action committee to help legislators who voted for it. Minnesotans United announced its next step Wednesday.
A new, progressive “super” political action committee is targeting Minnesota U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack in his bid for reelection.
One of the nation’s leading gay-rights groups has formed a political action committee in Minnesota in preparation for next year’s statewide vote on whether the state Constitution should prohibit gay marriage.
Republican Tim Pawlenty’s political action committee spent most of its money last year and has a low cash balance that could signal the possible presidential candidate is ready to wind it down.
Republican Tim Pawlenty dished out $34,000 to state-level candidates and conservative groups in Iowa during the final 2010 push.
Money went out the door of Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s political action committee faster than it came in during the final few weeks of the 2010 campaign.