Wetterling, brings up a question worth looking at. I won’t get into Jeff’s analysis — that’s for Jeff to debate — but the question is a good one. Frankly, it’s one I had today.
Archives for October 10, 2006
I heard the question, I think, in one of the presidential debates in ’04 and I thought it was a fabulous question. And although I didn’t get a chance to hear the segment tonight in which it appeared again, Bob Reha reminded me it existed… What one thing about your opponent do you like? Gets Read more →
Here’s the link for the Senate debate live stream. It’s a different stream than our regular news stream (or classical or current). If folks are looking for that programming, it’s where it usually is. This is in addition. Update. OK, it’s over and I guess the feed was OK. Let me just give you a Read more →
ST. PAUL (AP) – A retired judge will determine whether Attorney General Mike Hatch violated any ethical rules when he made an after-hours phone call to a judge presiding over one of Hatch’s lawsuits. Former District Court Judge Lawrence Collins has been appointed as special counsel to handle two complaints against Hatch, who is the Read more →
If you didn’t hear the debate on Midmorning today with the candidates for attorney general, it’s now available online. It originated from the UBS Forum, the theater-like thing we have upstairs for these sorts of things, an opportunity to hear from the public and allow participants to engage “newsmakers” directly. The questions were a little Read more →
Here’s the release from the Pawlenty campaign: Straight talking Senator will visit cities across Minnesota with the Governor (St. Paul) – Governor Tim Pawlenty’s campaign announced today that U.S. Senator John McCain will join the Governor on the campaign trail in Minnesota on Wed., November 1. “Senator McCain is truly an American hero and one Read more →
The Minnesota E*Democracy gubernatorial debate is now underway. Minnesota e*democracy was at the cutting edge of using online tools to cover politics. It hasn’t really progressed significantly — in terms of technology — since then, but it’s very good at getting the attention of people who are running for something. I’m watching it but not Read more →
Minnesota’s Senate race leads the digest today. Democrat Amy Klobuchar, Republican Mark Kennedy and Independence Party member Robert Fitzgerald debate in Moorhead tonight at 8. I’m told it will be webcast live on mpr.org. MPR has a story saying the national parties appear to be rethinking the Minnesota Senate race. MSNBC has a story saying Read more →
Update: Apparently some blogs are reporting this is going to be broadcast tonight on MPR. See what happens when you don’t read Polinaut?