Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer says he won’t go to court to challenge the results of the upcoming recount if it’s clear he can’t win.
A Minnesota board has given the green light for a recount in the state’s undecided governor’s race.
The Minnesota Supreme Court has denied a push by Republican Tom Emmer to force a pre-recount comparison of signed polling place rosters and vote tallies in the governor’s race.
Minnesota is ready for a recount repeat — this time involving a tight finish in the race for governor.
On Monday, the Minnesota Supreme court will hear Tom Emmer’s petition that all 4,130 precincts in the state need to reconcile the number of votes with the number of signature on their polling rosters.
The Minnesota AFL-CIO is warning of fraudulent calls in the labor federation’s name to raise money for Democrat Mark Dayton’s recount expenses.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer is waiting to hear if the Minnesota Supreme Court will hear an emergency claim that there may have been more votes than voters in the election this year.
Democrat Mark Dayton, who’s leading in the vote count for Minnesota governor, has opened his transition office to the public — online. But a spokesman for Republican Tom Emmer calls it “presumptuous” and Emmer has yet to open a transition office of any kind.
The Minnesota Supreme Court took steps Thursday to weigh in on the undecided governor’s race before a canvassing board meets Tuesday to order a recount.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer is asking the Minnesota Supreme Court to make sure each precinct around the state properly determined the number of votes against the number of people who registered to vote in early November.
Minnesota Republicans are going to court over the state’s undecided governor’s race.
Republican Tom Emmer is dropping lawsuits against two counties over election data — for now.
Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie has mapped out a county-by-county plan for a recount in the governor’s race between Democrat Mark Dayton and Republican Tom Emmer.
The election pros who will run what looks likely to be Minnesota’s second statewide recount in just two years are hoping that Version 2.0 is smoother and faster than the last one.
Democrat Mark Dayton’s lawyers say they don’t agree that Gov. Tim Pawlenty is constitutionally required to stay in office if the race to replace him isn’t resolved by early January.
Minnesota Republicans want a court order to speed up the release of election data by two counties in the state’s unsettled race for governor.
For the first time since the election, gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer sat down for a one-on-one interview. Emmer has kept a low public profile since Nov. 2.
Three watchdog groups say they’ll deploy observers to recount sites later this month as Minnesota’s election for governor gets dissected.
Minnesota’s second-largest county has finished checking its numbers in the undeclared governor’s race and the shift in votes was small.
As the unsettled Minnesota governor’s race moves to a re-count, the money to keep the battle going can flow freely — and possibly without public disclosure of who is bankrolling it.
Republican Tom Emmer pushed aside questions Tuesday about whether he’s willing to go to court over the Minnesota governor’s race, saying they were premature ahead of a forthcoming recount.
For the second straight day, Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is meeting with someone who could take his job.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Incoming state House Speaker Kurt Zellers says new Republican majorities in the Legislature won’t “rush to ram something right through” if the governor’s race is unresolved and Gov. Tim Pawlenty […]
On Monday, Republicans sent out a fundraising letter questioning whether the election was fair and unbiased. It’s repeating claims made by the party chairman that something doesn’t smell right.
The advisers that will lead Democrat Mark Dayton’s transition to a possible governor’s administration are familiar names in the party.