Politics in Minnesota
Updated: 5 min 2 sec ago
According to one recent poll, voters are even less engaged than usual and turnout next month is likely to be less than 40 percent.
East Metro DFLers have an election fight on their hands.
Revamped marijuana legalization group staffs up and vows multi-year campaign.
Some city and county park agencies are concerned that the seven-county regional planning agency is overstepping its bounds with the Regional Parks Policy Plan.
The Clintons are an asset at a time when many Democrats need a big name to help inspire supporters.
Americans are noted for their lukewarm levels of participation as compared with voters in most world democracies.
Civility and gracious community have pretty much disappeared from our politics.
Republicans say momentum, not money, is key in two districts.
In renewed criticism, lawmakers and local officials decry transit and housing plans.
Gov. Mark Dayton vowed to once again boost per-pupil funding for the state’s public schools, which he said still remains in the middle of the pack when compared with other states.
While the state’s marijuana retail experiment has received worldwide attention, most Colorado voters have collectively shrugged.
Republicans are pushing laws to ensure that only their voters will be able to vote, hoping to guarantee victories.
In this age of public disgust with politicians, it’s not surprising that Larry Pressler is within striking distance of winning the open Senate seat in South Dakota by riding a campaign to clean up Washington.
Observers say Jeff Johnson squandered his chance to pull even with Gov. Mark Dayton.
Severson alleges overseas troops ‘systematically disenfranchised’
Dannel Malloy is daring to do something few other vulnerable Democrats would do — campaign with President Barack Obama.
President Barack Obama is planning a major campaign push in seven governor’s races across the country while largely avoiding the party’s tougher challenges in the Senate.
Tuesday’s campaign swing was designed to inject some of Jeb Bush’s political celebrity into George P. Bush’s campaign for an office.
Nonprofits, agencies and schools are working to improve the odds for black men.
Liberal observers are astonished and thrilled that Judge Richard Posner has written a scathing condemnation of Wisconsin voter ID laws.