Minnesota's U.S. Rep. Tina Smith joked that former-Gov. Mark Dayton "rebelled" against having his portrait painted to display in the state Capitol. The joke was that he only wanted a Polaroid photo taken.
Gov. Tim Walz, flanked by affordable insulin advocates, again made a plea to Senate Republicans on Thursday to come to the table to negotiate a compromise proposal to provide free insulin to Minnesotans who can't afford it.
Former television personality and 1995 Mrs. Minnesota Tawnja Zahradka is challenging four-year incumbent U.S. House Rep. Tom Emmer, a Republican, to District 6's seat in U.S. Congress.
Ralph Kaehler, a St. Charles fourth-generation family farmer and businessman, said Tuesday he is running for Congress in the 1st district as a Democratic candidate.
The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations on Friday condemned President Donald Trump for targeting the state’s Somali community during his Thursday night rally at the Target Center.
President Donald Trump on Thursday, Oct. 10, touted his administration's efforts to greenlight permits for mining projects in northern Minnesota, which combined, have allowed the region to "flourish."
President Donald Trump urged Minnesotans to support the trade deal with Mexico and Canada as House leaders consider it.
"Can you imagine being Somali-American and watching this?" one person tweeted Thursday. "This is the kind of hate rally seen in authoritarian and fascist countries."
Before joining President Donald Trump at a campaign rally in downtown Minneapolis, Vice President Mike Pence visited the Safety Signs company in Lakeville Thursday to tout the benefits the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement will provide if Congress ratifies it.
Minnesotans from across the state flocked to the outside of the Target Center Thursday to protest President Donald Trump's campaign rally at the Target Center.
President Trump is scheduled to speak at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Target Center. It will be his first campaign rally since the impeachment probe began.
The event, billed as a "Women for Trump" discussion, was equal parts touting the president's accomplishments in the White House and encouraging the hundreds of women — and a handful of men — in attendance to support Trump in 2020.
As Republicans prepare to rally behind President Trump in Minneapolis, Democrats have plenty of candidates but no good sense of who will become their nominee to run against him next year.
Days before President Trump was due to touch down this week to rev up his supporters at a Target Center rally, a much smaller group of devoted backers filed into a golf course ballroom.