Political Action Committee
A Minnesota group that formed to defeat a gay marriage ban, and successfully lobby for legalizing same-sex marriage, is taking another political step today: Defending lawmakers who voted yes on gay marriage.
TV ads about Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack, Democrat Rick Nolan and the Republican-controlled Minnesota Legislature are expected to start next week.
Her sights now set on re-election, Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann is still making the most of the national conservative stature she drew on during a run for president.
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.
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.