Pawlenty Ad Claims Undocumented Immigrants Steal Millions From Minn.Tim Pawlenty claims Minnesota wastes millions on welfare, like free health benefits for undocumented immigrants.
Reality Check: Paulsen Puts BWCA Before Trump In New AdA TV campaign ad featuring Congressman Erik Paulsen highlights his work to protect the Boundary Waters, in opposition to Trump.
Reality Check: Your Paycheck & GOP Tax CutsThe economy remains strong seven months after the GOP tax overhaul, but new data shows companies are not raising worker pay.
Reality Check: Left-Leaning Group Takes On Pawlenty In New AdAn emotional new TV ad accuses former Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty of balancing the state budget by cutting funds for sick kids.
Reality Check: Tim Pawlenty's Attack Ad Against Jeff JohnsonFormer Governor Tim Pawlenty is airing a tough TV ad attacking fellow Republican Jeff Johnson. But how much of it is true?
How Will Tariffs Affect Trump Voters In Minnesota?Minnesota producers expect to get slammed by the new China tax, according to the Minnesota Trade Office.
Reality Check: Are Illegal Immigrants 'Pouring' Over U.S. Border?President Trump says "zero tolerance" enforcement is necessary because illegal immigrants are suddenly surging across the border.
Is Donald Trump Turning Minnesota From Blue To Purple?Minnesota is now less Democratic blue, and more Republican red. Let's call it purple.
Reality Check: Canada's 'National Security Threat' To U.S.Minnesota companies will be hit with huge tariffs on products they export to Canada starting July 1.
Reality Check: Trump's Tariffs & Canadian RetaliationThe president cites national security for imposing a 25 percent tariff on Canadian steel, and 10 percent on aluminum. Canada is reciprocating, and Minnesota iron ore is a target.
Reality Check: Pushing Pause On Refugee Resettlement In MinnesotaMinnesota's endorsed Republican candidate for governor is calling for an end to refugee resettlement in Minnesota.
Reality Check: Do Candidates Need Party Endorsements?Minnesota Republicans and Democrats hold conventions this weekend to pick candidates up and down the election ticket.