ACLU Seeks To Overturn Minnesota’s Limit On Voter AssistanceThe ACLU says the Minnesota law is unconstitutional, and has a disproportionate impact on refugee communities who may need help with translating, including the Hmong community.
Who's Behind All The Non-Candidate Political Ads?Outside groups from Washington spent more than $28 million inside Minnesota so far.
Reality Check: Are 8th District Ads Backfiring?Minnesota's 8th Congressional District is unexpectedly among the most hotly-contested House races in the country. Outside groups are on a spending spree, pumping millions of dollars into television ads attacking Democrat Rick Nolan and Republican Stewart Mills. Mills, whose family founded the popular sporting goods chain stores Mills Fleet Farm,
Vikings-Packers Game Big Deal To Minn. Political Campaigns The Thursday night NFL game between the Minnesota Vikings and the Green Bay Packers is so big it even affects political strategy.
Prof: Obama’s Coming To Minn. To Raise MoneyPresident Barack Obama will land in Minnesota for a two-day visit on Thursday. After a town-hall style meeting at Minnehaha Park, the president will attend a fundraising dinner at the home of a Minneapolis couple.
Obama Trip May Pay Off For Both Minnesota Parties Both political parties see opportunity in President Barack Obama's two-day visit to Minnesota that starts Thursday. For Democrats, their party's biggest name will draw attention to a signature initiative: the large, upcoming bump in the state's minimum wage. For Republicans, his presence alone will give them a tangible way to connect targeted Democratic candidates to a struggling president as campaign season intensifies.
Cravaack Is Starting His Run For Re-Election EarlyMinnesota Congressman Chip Cravaack says attack ads are pressuring him to begin running for re-election.