Daily Digest: House spending outstrips governor’s

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Minnesota:

Spending on the battle for control of the Minnesota House is adding up to more than spending on the governor’s race. (MPR News)

And thankfully for some, the race is nearing an end. (Star Tribune)

The race for governor is also in the final stretch and each side has a different message. (MPR News)

County prosecutors say Republican campaign literature misrepresents a law enacted with bipartisan support. (MPR News)

The legislative auditor found some problems with the way MNsure spent money. (MPR News)

Republican Jeff Johnson opposed a measure designed to send a message to the owner of Washington’s football team. (MPR News)

Washington:

What would change if Republicans take control of the U.S. Senate? Maybe not much. (MPR News)

President Obama was in Wisconsin yesterday campaigning for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke. (Politico)

Lobbyists are targeting state attorneys general. (New York Times)

Finally:

You know, sometimes it really is rocket science. (CNN)