Several Minnesota Republicans Self-Isolate Following President Trump’s Visit To StatePresident Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19 following a trip to Minnesota, prompting several Republicans who had contact with the president to go into quarantine.
Minnesota Democrats Wish Trumps A Quick Recovery, Remind All To Stay Vigilant Of VirusFollowing a visit to Minnesota, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump both tested positive for COVID-19. 
Jim Hagedorn: 2020 Election GuideWelcome to WCCO.com’s 2020 political guide!
Rep. Hagedorn Fires Chief Of Staff Over Allowance Spending SpreeU.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn has fired his chief of staff after a spending spree on taxpayer-funded communications, his office said on Saturday.
Intel Calls For Minnesota Rep. Hagedorn To Return Campaign Donation Following Black Lives Matter CriticsmTech giant Intel has reportedly asked for a campaign contribution refund from U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn over a social media post about the Black Lives Matter movement.
‘Feeling Great And Working Hard’: Rep. Jim Hagedorn Says Kidney Cancer Treatment Is WorkingMinnesota Republican Rep. Jim Hagedorn says treatment for his advanced kidney cancer is going “exceedingly well.”
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Trump Signs Executive Order To Keep Meat Processing Plants OpenThe order will use the Defense Production Act to classify meat processing as a critical industry to ensure that production plants stay open.
Talking Points: Rep. Jim Hagedorn Talks Cancer Diagnosis, Re-Election EffortOne of the most closely watched congressional races in the country this fall will be in Minnesota’s 1st Congressional District. It’s a swing district where both Republicans and Democrats have recently won. The incumbent this fall is first term Republican Jim Hagedorn.
Minnesota Congressman Jim Hagedorn Reveals Cancer BattleMinnesota Congressman Jim Hagedorn says cancer will not stop him from seeking re-election this fall.
The Impeachment Scorecard For Minnesota's Congressional MembersThe impeachment trial unfolding in Washington, D.C. is dividing members of the United States Congress in Minnesota.
Minnesota Politicians Respond To Impeachment Resolution ApprovalFrom statements decrying the “secretive” process to others saying “no elected official is above the law”, Minnesota politicians are responding to the approval of the impeachment resolution in the U.S. House.