A 20-year-old student and a 63-year-old software developer will face off to replace Burnsville Republican Rep. Pam Myhra, who's stepping down to run for lieutenant governor.
The state GOP chair says party officers should support party endorsees or quit.
Noting the current high profile debate at the Capitol over medical marijuana legislation and the dearth of pro-legalization candidates in the gubernatorial field, gubernatorial candidate Chris Holbrook thinks his party could garner 5 percent of the vote in November.
The incumbent DFLer has five times the cash of his closest rivals.
At the GOP’s state central meeting in Blaine last Saturday Saturday, Johnson proved himself the most popular candidate among roughly 400 Republican Party activists in an early, nonbinding straw poll for the governor’s race. But Johnson’s appeal among activists has been building for years, most recently through his position as RNC committeeman and as one of the lead players in an audit of the[...]
Gov. Mark Dayton has raised $249,000 for the year, with $217,000 coming in the second quarter. He spent $115,500 for the year.
Former House Speaker Kurt Zellers on Sunday is scheduled to unveil his plans to run for higher office in 2014. Zellers, a Republican, has been frequently mentioned as a possible candidate to challenge Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton in 2014.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Honour has announced a team of GOP operatives for his recently announced campaign. The Wayzata businessman has hired several well-known Minnesota Republicans to work on his 2014 bid.
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