Support Randy Demmer in Minnesota’s First Congressional District

    Today’s jobs numbers once again illustrate the Democrats’ failed economic policies. More people believe that Elvis is still alive than the stimulus actually created jobs. Can you blame them? By growing government and the national debt, Americans are not better off today. But, in November, the voters will be able to make a real change to get our country moving again. One disillusioned voter is | Read More »

    Support Randy Demmer in Minnesota’s First Congressional District

    Today’s jobs numbers once again illustrate the Democrats’ failed economic policies. More people believe that Elvis is still alive than the stimulus actually created jobs. Can you blame them? By growing government and the national debt, Americans are not better off today. But, in November, the voters will be able to make a real change to get our country moving again. One disillusioned voter is | Read More »

    The REAL Minnesota House Race To Watch

    For such a contentious year and such a politically odd state as Minnesota, it is not sporting a great deal of competitive house races this year.  There are two safe Republican seats:  John Kline (MN-02) and Erik Paulsen (MN-03).  On the other side, there are four seemingly safe Democrat seats:  Betty McCollum (MN-04), Keith Ellison (MN-05), Collin Peterson (MN-07) and Jim Oberstar (MN-08). The race | Read More »

    Three new races to look at.

    Drawing on and expanding from Jim Geraghty’s summary: IA-03. D+1.  Leonard Boswell is the incumbent (first elected 1997); Cook currently does not list the district as in play (Likely Democratic).  Former wrestler Jim Gibbons (no campaign website yet) has just announced; he’ll be facing former National Guard chopper pilot Dave Funk in the primary. MN-01. R+1. Tim Walz is the incumbent (first elected in 2006); | Read More »