On Tuesday the Humphrey Institute at the University of Minnesota will host a panel discussion on the future of the Republican Party. With big losses at the federal and state level, it’s a question many Republicans are asking themselves: What policies should the party embrace?
A former state representative says he wants to be the next head of the Minnesota Republican Party.
Minnesota’s political parties are gearing up to watch the polls like never before on Tuesday, after back-to-back statewide recounts in 2008 and 2010.
With just seven days to go before the election, last minute visits by former President Bill Clinton and Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan are raising a new question: Is Minnesota in play?
The presidential election has taken a decidedly negative turn this past week, with the fierce debate over when Mitt Romney left his job at Bain Capitol.
The Minnesota Republican Party says it has a deal with its landlord to make up for missed rent and avoid being evicted from its headquarters.
Minnesota Republicans have elected political consultant Pat Shortridge as their new state party chair.
Minnesota Republicans meet Saturday to elect a new chairman during a difficult time for the party.
Veteran political consultant Pat Shortridge says he will run to be chairman the Minnesota Republican Party while former state representative Mike Osskopp is dropping out of the race.