CAPITOL CHATTER Election Notebook: Voter ID amendment takes spotlight
Debate about a proposed constitutional amendment requiring Minnesota voters to show photographic identification intensified Wednesday.
Among the disputes, the two sides of the question appearing on t... Posted on 10/24/12 at 5:42 PM
Minnesotans gather for precinct caucuses
ST. PAUL — Two state representatives appeared poised to move away from other Republican governor candidates and several Democrats were battling for bragging rights Tuesday night as Minnesotans attending more than 8,000 neighborhood meetings began picking their favorites.
Minnesota leaders search for lessons from outcome
ST. PAUL — Rick Stafford remembers 1994, when Republicans kicked Democrats out of congressional control, and with Tuesday’s Massachusetts GOP upset he sees some similarities this year.
GOP candidates free of ex-Senator’s shadow
ST. PAUL—Norm Coleman joked that he is “free at last, free at last” Monday, hours after he opted out of the Minnesota governor’s race.
Other Republican candidates also may have been chanting that refrain on Martin Luther King Jr. Day after complaining that donations and support were harder to find as GOP activists waited to see what Coleman would do.
ST. PAUL — Proposed business tax cuts would do little to immediately boost Minnesota’s economy, Gov. Tim Pawlenty’s top aides heard Thursday from a fellow conservative Republican — as well as Democrats who control the Legislature.
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