Rebecca Otto

Can’t people change their minds anymore?

June 18, 2014

As website sidekick Tony reports here and here, former Minnesota House member and former (and future?) candidate for governor, Matt Entenza, is challenging incumbent State Auditor Rebecca Otto in the August primary. The issues Entenza raises, at least so far, are primarily Otto’s ten-year-plus-old votes on opposing gay marriage and on photo voter ID when she […]

For all the sad words of tongue or pen,

November 20, 2012

The saddest are these, “It might have been.”

Jason Lewis: bilious dead ender

November 11, 2012

Jason nurses his tumbler of bile

Vote NO on both Amendments

New PPP poll shows opposition to both amendments above 50%!

November 4, 2012

In their last poll of the state, and likely the last poll to be released in Minnesota, prior to the election, Public Policy Polling finds opposition to both of the amendments above 50%. First up, the Photo Voter ID amendment: PPP (11/3, 10/8 in parenthesis, 9/12 in brackets): Should the Minnesota Constitution be amended to require all voters to […]

pledge to vote no on voter restriction

Our Vote Our Future poll shows Photo Voter ID tightening

November 3, 2012

With support only ahead six points

Greta Bergstrom with Vote No sign

New Minnesota Amendments poll shows stable races

October 31, 2012

Which is not really a good thing

LeftMN Radio Hour

LeftMN Radio Hour 10-28

October 28, 2012

This week we talk with former Governor Arne Carlson about the Photo Voter ID amendment

LeftMN Radio Hour

LeftMN Radio Hour 10-21

October 21, 2012

This week we speak with Beth Fraser of the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office about the Photo Voter ID amendment

Vote NO on both Amendments

Photo Voter ID Amendment drops 18 (!) points in new poll

October 18, 2012

Support for the marriage amendment is down too

Vote NO on both Amendments

Plurality oppose the Marriage Amendment says new poll

October 9, 2012

And support for the Photo Voter ID Amendment is at a new low

LeftMN Radio Hour

LeftMN Radio Hour 10-7

October 7, 2012

St. Thomas Law Professor Mark Osler is our guest this week; we talk with him about a recent op-ed he wrote concerning the Marriage Amendment

Erik Simonson

The Weekly Wrap 9-30

September 30, 2012

It was a good week for Minnesota Democrats. The Minnesota Supreme Court let them switch candidates in Duluth, and some excellent poll numbers came out