Republican candidates for governor are unified in disliking MNsure, but each candidate has taken a different tack in criticizing the exchange.
PIM is posted up at the GOP state convention in Rochester this weekend, where state constitutional officer candidates have been chosen, but significant decisions on the endorsed candidate for U.S. Senate and the governor's office remain before delegates.
Former House Speaker Kurt Zellers, standing in the lobby of the Mayo Civic Center as GOP candidates and harried staffers swirled among delegates, affirmed that he's not seeking the GOP's endorsement for the governor's race.
Among U.S. Senate candidates, Sen. Julianne Ortman, R-Chanhassen, looks like the favorite to gain the party nod.
Even among Republicans, 38 percent said they were unfamiliar with Zellers.
Lawmakers must still come together on $54 million in education spending.
Former Republican House Rep. Marty Seifert, who is still competing against a field of GOP contenders to take on Gov. Mark Dayton, will start running ads this week. Dayton Campaign Manager Katharine Tinucci said it's not time yet for the governor to run ads.
In the final State of the State address of his first term, Gov. Mark Dayton called on lawmakers to come together despite differing political philosophies.
The incumbent DFLer has five times the cash of his closest rivals.
DFLers hit swing districts to push accomplishments.
Gov. Mark Dayton added his voice to the chorus of opposition to the plan.
Bakk has said on multiple occasions that he would like to devote the surplus in part to enlarging the state’s budget reserve.
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