Here’s an e-mail that Amy Klobuchar’s campaign manager just sent out to supporters: Please join us for A Special Evening with Senator Patty Murray (WA) Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (NY) Senator Blanche Lincoln (AR) In Honor of Minnesota’s Next U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar Tuesday, October 17, 2006 5:30pm Private Reception 6:00pm General Reception Graves 601 Read more →
Archives for October 6, 2006
Illinois Senator Barack Obama will be in town on Monday to hold a fundraiser for fellow Democrat Amy Klobuchar. The event is closed to the press. Republican Mark Kennedy’s campaign manager sent out an e-mail to supporters saying a group of Republican senators will be in the Twin Cities to hold a rally for Kennedy Read more →
From AP: Republican Senate hopeful Katherine Harris says Florida’s Democratic incumbent supports unchristian political policies. Harris – whose comments were made on a Christian radio network and published Monday by Agape Press, a Christian news service – did not mention specific policies, but she has repeatedly berated Sen. Bill Nelson for not supporting a ban Read more →
This race isn’t even the most talked about race in the state anymore.
By BRIAN BAKST Associated Press Writer ST. PAUL (AP) – Attorney General Mike Hatch failed Friday in his effort to disqualify a judge from a case, a procedural defeat in an unusually public feud. Ramsey County District Judge Gregg Johnson said his colleague, Judge William Leary III, won’t have to give up the gavel in Read more →
Republican Mark Kennedy held a news conference with someone from the National Tax Limitation Committee to tout a “tax fighter award.” Here’s the release from Kennedy’s campaign: Mark Kennedy Receives “Tax Fighter Award” (St. Paul, Minnesota) – The nonpartisan National Tax Limitation Committee (NTLC) honored U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kennedy today with its “Tax Fighter Read more →
My esteemed colleagues in MPR’s Public Insight Journalism unit have sent out a request to their PIJ “network,” asking for information — insight, if you will — on local races that are out there. I don’t have any particular interesting race to give them — I think Woodbury Mayor Bill Hargis is probably going to Read more →