Jeff Howe Wins Special Election For Michelle Fischbach's Senate SeatDuring the campaign for her Senate seat, money poured into the race, as Democrats saw an opportunity to take a seat in a deep-red district.
Fight For Minnesota Legislature Set In Suburbs, St. CloudOvershadowed by an open governor's race and drowned out by the flood of ads in bare-knuckle congressional contests, control of Minnesota's Legislature is also up for grabs in Tuesday's election. But it's not something that all voters will notice. The battle for the state House is being fought largely in the suburbs of Minneapolis and St. Paul, where Democrats hope a backlash against President Donald Trump and Republicans will help sweep them back into power for the first time since 2014.
MyPillow CEO Lindell To Back Johnson For Minn. GovernorOne of Minnesota’s Republican gubernatorial candidates is expected to receive a cushy boost from a Minnesota businessman.
Rep. Jeff Howe Seeks Lt. Gov. Fischbach's Vacated Senate SeatThe special election for Fischbach's seat will be the only Minnesota Senate seat on the November ballot.
Fischbach Resigns Senate Seat, Takes Oath As Lt. Gov.It's an apparent change of heart. She was automatically elevated to the role after Dayton appointed Tina Smith to the U.S. Senate.
Michelle Fischbach Sued Again Over Dual RolesFischbach and Republicans say she can hold both jobs. Democrats argue it's a clear constitutional violation.
Fischbach Missing From Lt. Gov.'s DutiesMinnesota's new Republican lieutenant governor has missed at least two of her office's duties since assuming the role.
Lawmakers Return To St. Paul For 3-Month SessionLawmakers were returning Tuesday to the Minnesota Capitol to begin the legislative session, facing a lengthy agenda along with some doubt that they'd get to it all.
4 Key Players Will Shape Minnesota's 2018 Legislative SessionThe Legislature reconvenes Tuesday for a three-month session with plenty of work to do.
Lawsuits Loom As Legislative Session Starts Next WeekMinnesota's legislative leaders are heading back to the Capitol and promise they've put months of contentious legal battles behind them.
Fischbach Case Will Go To Supreme Court, Political Expert Believes"It's going to be a very bumpy ride ... the ingredients for a highly contentious session are there," Hamline professor David Schultz said.