Neither millionaire in the DFL race will say she is done lending her campaign money.
Neither millionaire in the DFL race to replace U.S. Rep. John Kline in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District will say she is done lending her campaign money. Mary Lawrence put $370,000 into her effort in the third quarter, bringing the total amount of her own money in her campaign’s war chest to $1.17 million. Lawrence, an ophthalmologist, ...
Rep. John Kline says it’s premature to speculate about running for another office.
Angie Craig and Mary Lawrence are competing for the chance to run against GOP U.S. Rep. John Kline, now serving a seventh term representing the suburban 2nd Congressional District.
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Kline raised $450,000 during the last quarter of 2013, and entered this year with $1.6 million in cash on hand.
The party began this year with just $90,000 in the bank, and total liabilities in the amount of $1.17 million.
. "We have just barely got our head above water now with a positive forecast after we've had these nagging problems," Bakk said.
Gerson committed to pursuing and honoring the party endorsement, and challenged Kline to make the same promise.
Minnesota Council of Health Plans director Julie Brunner sent a letter to state agencies on Friday to alert officials to the error-riddled data that insurance companies have received.
Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner Jim Schowaler said the Legislature and the administration should use a projected surplus to build up the state's reserve accounts.
The cause of immigration reform has led Bill Blazar a bit outside his organization’s usual comfort zone. The second-in-command at the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce has been with the organization for two decades, but his position advocating in favor of comprehensive immigration reform in Washington, D.C. represents the first time he’s undertaken a major role on a federal issue.
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