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Minn. GOP: DFL Lawsuit To Drop Trump From Ballot 'Frivolous & Baseless'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota DFL Party wants Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate removed from the state ballot.

A lawsuit filed in the Minnesota Supreme Court claims Republicans did not follow state law when choosing presidential electors — they’re the people who cast the state’s 10 electoral college votes during the presidential election. 391 more words

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DFL Chair Says Trump Protesters 'Crossed The Line'; GOP Wants Answers

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Top Republican leaders are demanding answers tonight after violence against Donald Trump supporters attending a fundraiser with the candidate in Minneapolis on Friday. 385 more words

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As im carrying out my final project in college I am foccusing on the theme of minature worlds inspired by the notion of terrariums. In order to expand with this base idea i chose to create a series of small indoor gardens in which i will be painting from.

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DFL Party Head Claims Daudt Used Position To Get Out Of Debt

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The head of Minnesota’s DFL Party, Ken Martin, said the Speaker of the House used his powerful influence and friends to get out of debt… 97 more words

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“I’m restless. Things are calling me away. My hair is being pulled by the stars again.” Anaïs Nin

Outside the shop it is grey and raining and warm and everyone who comes in tells me that the weather is doing strange things lately. 73 more words

GOP, DFL Chairmen Predict Record Super Tuesday

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minnesota’s top political leaders are predicting a strong turnout next week at the Minnesota caucuses.

The leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties say it could even rival the record turnout in 2008. 297 more words

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Clinton, Sanders To Headline February Democratic Fundraiser

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — All three Democratic contenders for president are heading to Minnesota for a state party fundraiser.

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will join the state’s biggest Democratic names and supporters for a dinner in St. 80 more words

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