Could Both Parties Fail To Endorse A Candidate For Governor?The person who wins at the endorsing convention is generally the candidate who is on the ballot in November. But when it comes to the Minnesota governor’s race this year, anything goes.
Talking Points: Dayton's Last StandAfter nearly eight year as governor, this is Mark Dayton's last legislative session.
Rep. Jason Lewis Confident He'll Win Re-Election In NovemberRep. Jason Lewis says he is confident he will win a repeat victory in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District this November.
Pawlenty Might Have To Fight All Summer For The GOP NominationSpeculation continues on when former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will enter the Minnesota governor’s race.
GOP Left Hanging In Governor Race Until Pawlenty Makes DecisionSpeculation continues to surround former Gov. Tim Pawlenty's expected announcement that he will be running for Minnesota governor.
Could Richard Painter Enter Race For Al Franken's Senate Seat?The election for the Minnesota Senate seat vacated by Al Franken in December may be the most unpredictable in the country.
Gun Control A Priority For Dems Seeking Governor's OfficeGun control advocates have packed the Minnesota Legislature for demonstrations and hearings in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting.
'Moms Demand Action' Pushing Lawmakers For Tougher Gun LawsLocal gun control advocates say they are seeing interest in passing tough new gun laws in Minnesota after the Florida school shooting.
Talking Points: Dean Phillips Using Fish House To Challenge Erik PaulsenDean Phillips built a fish house on Lake Minnetonka where he can fish and meet talk to potential constituents.
Talking Points: Pawlenty Eyes His Old Job, Nolan’s Seat Up For GrabsFormer Gov. Tim Pawlenty is expected to be in the state to meet with supporters to discuss a possible run for his old job. Meanwhile, more candidates may jump into the 8th Congressional District race after Congressman Rick Nolan unexpectedly retired.
DFL Gubernatorial Hopefuls Calling For Franken To Step DownSen. Al Franken was back on the Senate floor this weekend offering a sharp critique of the GOP tax cut bill, saying it will benefit the wealthy and not the middle class.
The Confusion Around Ranked Choice VotingIn just two days, voters in many communities will go to the polls to elect mayors, council members and other local races.