On the heels of Tafoya’s last Super Bowl game, the notable Minnesota reporter appears to have intimate knowledge of a big announcement from the Qualls for Governor campaign Michele Tafoya shocked many last month when she announced her storied TV career would be coming to an end after the Super Bowl. Which led many to […]
Liberal companies Patagonia and Ben & Jerry’s joined a boycott against Facebook advertising this summer, but they continue to push donations to the extremist group Honor the Earth. Two different sources confirmed to Politics.MN that they expect the radical activism that took place during the Dakota Access Pipeline protests will soon make its way to Minnesota upon the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline project moving forward, and Minnesotans can expect Honor the Earth to be at the forefront.
Alyse Maye Quade, the Political Director of the Minnesota DFL Party, mocked President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump for testing positive for COVID-19. Maye Quade liked several tweets mocking the President and First Lady since the news broke about the President and First Lady’s positive test results.
In a year of raucous primary contests, among Minnesota Republicans one race was unquestionably the main show- the 7th Congressional District Republican primary. With 3 main candidates (and a grand total of 5), the primary race to take on House Ag Committee Chairman Collin Peterson was the MNGOP’s largest and most expensive by far.
After the majority of the votes were counted, Republicans were left with strong candidates for the November elections that will decide control of the House and Senate.
Battle for the House Depends on Competitive Races in the North Star State In the increasingly heated battle for control of the U.S. House of Representatives, control of the majority will be significantly impacted by who wins the highly contested Congressional races in Minnesota. The 2020 contests feature one rematch in Southern Minnesota, one first […]
Minnesota is experiencing a fairly standard number of legislative district primaries for a Presidential year. Most of these would be classified as nominal primaries, so we will run through some of the more high profile and contested ones here.
Since the original publishing of Politics.MN in 2013, our publication has served as the premier center-right news organization in the state of Minnesota. In our state, one area where the Left has seriously outpaced the Right is in covering issues of interest to conservatives and fostering vigorous internal discourse. In the Winter of 2020, Politics.MN […]