Transparency

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Gov. Dayton Responds To Email Criticism

Gov. Mark Dayton doesn’t use a state government email account. He uses his personal AOL account only for public, political and personal business. “It’s been simpler for 15 years to just be able to do it straightforward. I pay the cost and there’s no question about whether I’m using government property for personal or political purpose.

03/12/2015

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Gov. Dayton Uses Personal Email For Work

Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has never used a state government email account provided to all state employees. He uses only one address — a personal account on AOL.com. In fact, it’s the same AOL account he set up 15 years ago.

03/11/2015

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Review Of Mpls. Police Dept. Calls For More Transparency

Over the last few years, the Minneapolis Police Department has faced much public scrutiny. A new review from the Department of Justice highlights the work that needs to be done.

01/28/2015

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Dayton Releases April To June Fundraising Tally

Gov. Mark Dayton raised $217,000 for his re-election campaign in the three months leading up to July 1. Dayton’s campaign released the figures Friday. Dayton is not required to release quarterly finance reports but has voluntarily done so as an advocate of greater transparency in political fundraising. Dayton has raised a total of $249,000 so far in 2013 of which his campaign has spent about $115,000. The campaign says he raised most of it following the end of the 2013 legislative session and his mid-June trade mission to Europe.

07/19/2013