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Congressman John Kline reveals who he's backing to succeed him

Outgoing U.S. Rep. John Kline has endorsed the candidate he feels is best placed to take his seat.

The fight for Minnesota’s 2nd District is set to be a big one, with four candidates putting their name forward for the GOP nomination to take on Angie Craig, who has the DFL backing to run as the Democratic candidate. 249 more words


John Kline Endorses Darlene Miller In 2nd District Race

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Retiring Rep. John Kline has endorsed Republican Darlene Miller for his 2nd District seat.

Kline cited Miller’s “conservative values and real world experience” in choosing Miller from a crowded field of Republicans chasing the conservative-leaning district’s seat. 50 more words


Acting education secretary to testify on U.S. Education Department priorities, next steps for K-12 reform

Source: U.S. Education and the Workforce Committee

The U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce, chaired by Rep. John Kline (R-MN), will hold two hearings this week featuring testimony from… 138 more words


In race to succeed Kline, DFLers pick Craig while GOP field grows

In Minnesota’s Second Congressional District, the list of candidates is shrinking for one major party and expanding for the other.

The Democratic field is now down to one.  357 more words


6th Republican To Join Race For Kline's 2nd District Seat

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A sixth Republican candidate entering the race for Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District.

Prior Lake resident Darlene Miller filed paperwork with the Federal Election Commission to launch her campaign on Wednesday. 110 more words


Lawrence Ends 2nd Congressional District Bid

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — One of two top Democrats running for Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District is pulling out of the race.

Dr. Mary Lawrence announced her exit from the race to replace retiring GOP Rep. 112 more words


A look at the new US education law – and the MN rep. who helped get it done

Schools in the United States now have new rules for testing, student and teacher evaluation, and more.

This week, U.S. Congress passed and President Barack Obama signed what is essentially a heavy revision of the… 491 more words