The Weekly Wrap 3-8

March 8, 2013

This week featured the formation of a part red part blue caucus, the discovery of election fraud in Minnesota and Norm Coleman bowing out of running in 2014

Tom Bakk

Marriage Equality in 2013: The In-between Senators

December 3, 2012

In the post The electoral implications of Marriage equality, I wrote the following: Let’s assume that DFLers representing districts that voted against the amendment will likely vote for Marriage equality. And let’s also assume that Republicans representing districts that voted for the amendment will likely vote against equality. If we assume these two things, than […]

Kriesel for Governor?

The Weekly Wrap 11-30

November 30, 2012

Two recounts happened this week and changed nothing. Also, rumors of 2014 dance in peoples heads.

MNUnited Victory Party

Marriage Equality in 2013: The Overview

November 26, 2012

The beginning of a series looking at the chances for Marriage equality in this session

Chris Kluwe at Vote No

The Weekly Wrap 11-16

November 16, 2012

The fallout from the election continues unabated

Minnesota State Capitol

Legislative races to watch on election night

November 5, 2012

In this post I will endeavor to provide a round-up, as these things are typically described, of the top Legislative races to watch on election night. You’ll notice that I didn’t specify a number of races that I will list. Yes, my snobbery runs deep. I’ve instead divided the races that I have included into three categories of races, in descending order […]

Amy Klobuchar at the DFL Convention

The Weekly Wrap 11-2

November 2, 2012

It’s the last Wrap before the election and the excitement is barely containable

Minnesota State Capitol

Minnesota Legislative Race Ratings – Senate Edition

October 17, 2012

In which I, your intrepid author, Rate All The Senate Races.

Paul Thissen

Minnesota Generic Legislative ballot shows big DFL advantage

October 15, 2012

And what that could mean come November

Rick Nolan

The Weekly Wrap 10-5

October 5, 2012

This week we learn that Minnesota Public Radio is out of the polling game and sometimes what looks like triage is in fact not triage

Minnesota State Capitol

Minnesota Legislature generic ballot tests from last week’s polls

September 17, 2012

Last week both SurveyUSA and Public Policy Polling released polls of the state. I’ve already covered the amendment portions of both polls, as well as the Presidential and Senatorial portions of those polls. Uncovered by me so far are the generic ballot tests for the Minnesota legislature that appeared in both of those polls. The Minnesota […]

RT Rybak at the DNC

The Weekly Wrap 9-9

September 9, 2012

Senate GOPers get fined, the house district 7B race further disintegrates and more