Before The Rise Of Trump, There Was Jesse VenturaWell before Donald Trump shook up the race for the Republican presidential nomination, there was Jesse Ventura.
Chelsea Clinton Campaigning For Her Mother In Minn. WednesdayChelsea Clinton will be in Minnesota this week to support her mother's campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Sanders Increases Ad Spending As Iowa Caucus NearsBernie Sanders has been putting up major advertising cash to seize momentum heading into the Democratic presidential primaries — outspending his rival Hillary Clinton just as voters are beginning to pay attention to the race.
Clinton Sets Minnesota Visit For Mid-December Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is planning a mid-December campaign stop in Minnesota. The former secretary of state's campaign announced Wednesday that Clinton will hold a "grassroots organizing" event on Dec. 15 in Minneapolis, with further details to come.
Minnesota On Hook For $100K In Legal Fees In Campaign LawsuitA settlement involving Minnesota campaign regulators requires the state to pay more than $100,000 in costs and attorney fees for a group that sued over contribution limits.
Presidential Hopeful Christie Campaigns In Minn.; Rubio CancelsMinnesota plays host to one Republican presidential hopeful while another cancels. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will be at the Minikahda Club in Minneapolis Thursday to raise money for his campaign.
Christie Says He's Running In 2016 To 'Change The World'New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie prepared Tuesday to launch his 2016 campaign for president, telling his most loyal supporters that he's ready to begin what he called a "noble" effort to "lead our country and to change the world."
Bernie Sanders To Hold Town Hall Meeting In Rochester On ThursdayDemocratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is slated to visit Minnesota this week.
Huckabee, The Other Man From Hope, Opens 2016 BidFormer Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is preparing another bid for the Republican presidential nomination, eight years after his first efforts to expand on the support of evangelical Christians helped him win eight states in the 2008 primaries.
Winning Majority Unlocked Loads Of New Money For House GOPTo the Minnesota House victors went the campaign money spoils. An analysis by The Associated Press of newly filed campaign finance reports shows how Republicans turned their House takeover into a moneymaker.
Salvation Army Kicks Off Red Kettle CampaignThe Salvation Army kicked off the giving season with its "Rock the Red Kettle" Campaign Saturday. Hundreds of bell ringers set up throughout the Twin Cities Saturday afternoon.
Despite Favorable Polls, Sen. Franken Not Overconfident In Race Against McFaddenThe latest poll in the U.S. Senate race shows the gap has not tightened between the leading candidates in Minnesota.
Minnesota Candidates Scrounge For Late VotesThe leading candidates for Minnesota's top offices are spending the final campaign weekend giving pep talks to the party faithful knocking on doors and calling persuadable voters. Democratic Sen. Al Franken told canvassers in a St. Paul suburb that races are "won at the door" and says his 312-vote win six years ago proves nothing can be taken for granted.
Minn. Politicians Make Final Push For Votes Before Election DayRepublicans and Democrats are fanning out across the state for the final few days of fall campaigning. Top candidates for both political parties are making the final push for votes before Election Day on Tuesday.
Warren Stumps For Franken At Carleton; McFadden In Central MNA top liberal U.S. senator invoked the late Sen. Paul Wellstone in Northfield Saturday, echoing his populist tone in urging voters to give her colleague Sen. Al Franken a second term. Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren rallied a crowd of 400 dotted with old Wellstone T-shirts at Carleton College, where Wellstone taught and planted his political roots.