Recent Articles from Charley Shaw and Briana Bierschbach
When Republican members of the Legislature return to St. Paul next year and compare notes on what they did during the interim, a growing number will say they launched campaigns for Congress.
Last Tuesday’s special elections in the St. Cloud and Mankato areas did nothing to change the balance of power in St. Paul, but the legislators heading to the Minnesota House of Representatives as a result have some ideas about how they can change the conversation.
No fewer than half a dozen major players have emerged among the ranks of pro-Republican business PACs in this election cycle. But while their 42-day pre-general election campaign finance reports are now available for all to see, they continue to play it close with respect to their big-picture plans.
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