Pre-Primary Polls: Only 28% Vote Based On Electability; Slight Majority Better Off Than 4 Years AgoOver the last week, WCCO polled Facebook and Twitter users to see what voters were thinking before the primaries Tuesday.
Primary Results Could Point To Whether Minnesota Is Trending Blue, Purple Or Red
Rep. Angie Craig Says She's Undecided On Impeachment"I have to weigh the evidence and the facts, and fulfill my constitutional duty, and I will certainly be very thoughtful and deliberate as I make that decision.”
In April, Ilhan Omar Called Stephen Miller A 'White Nationalist,' Now Says 'We Have The Emails To Prove It'Omar retweeted her original tweet, in light of the Southern Poverty Law Center's recently-released report accusing Miller of having an "affinity for white nationalism revealed in leaked emails."
Trump Will Be The Only Republican On Presidential Primary Ballot In MinnesotaThe Republican Party of Minnesota has informed the state Secretary of State that Trump will be the only name listed on the 2020 Republican primary ballot.
Wisconsin GOP Rejects Gun Control Bills, AgainRepublican legislative leaders say they view the proposals as an infringement on Second Amendment gun ownership rights and won't take them up.
President Trump Is Coming To Target Center In October; Minneapolis Mayor Frey Isn't Happy About ItThis will mark Trump's first visit to Minnesota since April, when he attended an event in Burnsville to tout his tax bill.
Reality Check: Could Impeachment Actually Help Trump's Approval Ratings?Only two U.S. Presidents have actually been impeached: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Neither one of them was removed from office.
'No One Is Above The Law': More Minnesota Lawmakers Back Trump Impeachment InquiryDemocrats have told CBS News that it's no longer a question of "if" they will impeach the president, but rather "when."
Wis. Rep. Sean Duffy Spends Last Day In Office In Campaign ModeThe former MTV reality show star was elected to Congress in 2010 representing the 7th Congressional District.
Minnesota Senate GOP Unveils Insulin Affordability BillMinnesota Senate Republicans want to require drug makers to provide free insulin to qualifying residents who can't afford the high cost of the life-saving medication.