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Walker Announces Minnesota Campaign Co-Chairs

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced the Minnesota state leaders who will serve as co-chairs for his presidential campaign Monday.

Walker’s co-chairs include Minnesota State Senator Dave Thompson, former Minnesota House Speaker Kurt Zellers, former Minnesota House Minority Leader Marty Seifert and Minnesota GOP national committeeman Chris Tiedeman. 84 more words

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Former Speaker Zellers Wades Back Into Politics

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Former Speaker Kurt Zellers is out of the state House but not gone from politics.

Zellers is starting a consulting firm with two longtime Republican political operatives. 86 more words

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Minnesota primary results: Johnson, McFadden, Otto, Kahn among winners

Voters in Minnesota rewarded most of the party-endorsed candidates and incumbents in Tuesday’s primary election, giving them the victories that will send them to the general election in November. 695 more words

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Johnson Stakes Out Lead In GOP Governor Primary

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Republican Jeff Johnson held a steady lead Tuesday as votes were counted in the Republican primary to determine Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton’s re-election opponent. 690 more words

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Top Prize In Minnesota Primary: GOP Governor Nod

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Republicans were picking candidates for governor and Senate in primaries Tuesday to finalize nominations for a party trying to climb back into power after years of Democratic dominance. 692 more words

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Decision Day For Minnesota's GOP Governor Hopefuls

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Republicans hoping to deny Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton a second term first must settle on a nominee in a primary Tuesday without a runaway favorite. 541 more words

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5 Things To Know About Minnesota's Primary

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesotans — at least a few of them, anyway — will take a short break from summer to tend to Tuesday’s primary election. 574 more words

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