Klobuchar Defeats Newberger In. U.S. Senate RaceAmy Klobuchar, Minnesota’s senior U.S. Senator, was expected to easily maintain the seat she’s held for over 11 years.
Poll: Democrats Lead GOP Challengers In Senate RacesA new poll finds Democrats Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith leading their Republican challengers in their races for U.S. Senate, with Smith locked in a much tighter race in a special election.
Jim Newberger: 2018 Election GuideWCCO reached out to all candidates running in major Minnesota races this year.
Several Minnesota Republicans Remain Silent As Both Sides Rip Trump's Summit RemarksMinnesota political leaders are mirroring the divide at the national level, with some, but not all, Republicans criticizing the president, even after he walked back his statements on Tuesday.
Hard Partisan Divide Over Trump’s Supreme Court PickThe vote on Kavanaugh's confirmation is expected by October, putting it front and center for most of the midterm elections.
State Rep. Newberger Plans To Run Against Sen. KlobucharState Rep. Jim Newberger is the first Republican to formally announce plans to take on Minnesota's popular U.S. senator, Amy Klobuchar.
Raffles: The Future Of Campaign Fundraising In Minnesota?One Minnesota lawmaker thinks that raffles to raise campaign money are the perfect way to spice up dull political parties.
Judge Scolds Minn. Lawmaker For Trying To Stop Legal Judgement On DonorA Minnesota legislator tried unsuccessfully last month to personally intervene with a judge who ordered a business owner in his district to pay a legal judgment of more than $240,000. State Rep. Jim Newberger's effort to win his constituent and one-time campaign donor a do-over drew a curt response from Stearns County District Court Judge William Cashman.
Republican: Bullying Bill An ‘Attack on The Bible & Conservative Christians' The Minnesota House was in an emotional debate Tuesday over a bullying bill that would toughen the state's laws, following a rash of student suicides linked to bullying.
Minn. House Backs Higher Income, Booze TaxesThe Minnesota House on Wednesday approved a bill that would raise state taxes by $2.6 billion in part by enacting the state's first alcohol tax increase in about 25 years.
Minn. House Foils Move On Home-Cooked Food Sales People who can pickles or bake brownies to sell at Minnesota roadside stands or farmers' markets will still need a license if they want to peddle more than $5,000 of their product.