Playing Politics: Rigging, Endorsements & Health CareJohn Rash, Star Tribune editorial columnist and Scott Gillespie the editorial page editor, discuss with our John Williams rigging elections, healthcare and which politicians the Star Tribune will endorse.
Playing Politics: Trump's Tape & The 2nd Presidential DebateWCCO's John Williams and the Star Tribune's editorial staff John Rash and Patricia Lopez are Playing Politics.
Playing Politics: 1st Presidential DebateWho won the first debate? How was the reaction to each candidate and what happens before the next debate?
John Rash Previews Election Day On WCCOAbout three million people across the state are expected to cast their ballots on Election Day, and millions more will do the same across the nation.
Rash Report: 1 Week Left To The ElectionA tightening Presidential race, a barrage of negative ads in key Congressional races -- with the election just more than a week away the stakes continue to grow.
Rash Report: 2nd Presidential Debate, Women Voters & MN’s 8th DistrictFor a fresh perspective on recent political stories, Esme Murphy turned to Star Tribune Columnist John Rash.
John Rash Analyzes Second Presidential DebatePresident Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney squared off in the second of three debates before Election Day Tuesday night, and the consensus was Obama did much better than the first debate.
Rash Report: Top Issues Of The Marriage AmendmentBy now you have no doubt seen the ads on both sides of the Marriage Amendment and there are more to come.
Rash Report: Big Bird & The 1st Presidential DebateThe fallout from last week’s presidential debate continues. Polls overwhelmingly called Mitt Romney the winner. But with two more presidential debates to come, two questions arise: Can Romney sustain the momentum he gained? And can the president rebound?
Rash Report: Can Romney Recover From Political Gaffe?The fallout from the release of the secretly taped Mitt Romney video continues. While Romney continues to stand by his comments about the 47 percent of Americans who do not pay income taxes, privately and in some cases publicly, Republican analysts continue to express concerns about the damage to his campaign.