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Minn. Political Refund Program Back On Books

After a four-year hiatus, a program that gives tax refund people who donate to political campaigns resumes in Minnesota. The political contribution refund is meant to incent small givers and to encourage candidates to agree to spending limits.


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Graves Comments On Sixth District Post-Bachmann

Congressional candidate Jim Graves joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Wednesday.


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GOP Accused Of Using Taxpayer Money For Political Gain

Minnesota Democrats are accusing Republicans of using state staff and equipment for political benefit.


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Cravaack Challenger Clark Raises $228K

Former state Sen. Tarryl Clark says she’s raised more than $228,000 in the third quarter in her bid to unseat GOP U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack.


Mark Dayton, Governor, Minnesota, inaugural speech

Dayton Wants More-Frequent Campaign Disclosure

Gov. Mark Dayton says he wants Minnesota lawmakers to require political campaigns and outside groups to report their finances four times a year, more frequently than they do now.