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Republican Party Chair Tony Sutton said Saturday that he was resigning from the board of an anti-gambling group and closing up shop on his political consulting business until the end of his term. "I didn't want those things to become a distraction,"
Sutton Minnesota Republican activists overwhelmingly re-elected party chairman Tony Sutton on Saturday months after a string of big GOP electoral victories. Being state chair has been one of the most rewarding things of my life, said Sutton, who
With a promise not to raise taxes and a party platform that largely rules out public subsidies for stadiums, the Legislature's Republican majority that will determine if the Minnesota Vikings get a new stadium is in a tricky spot. Even as two leading
The south-of-the-border-themed commercial marriage of Minnesota Republican Party boss Tony Sutton has ended in an "amicable" divorce from banker Bill Cooper, who headed the Republican Party a decade ago. Cooper and Tony and Bridget Sutton bought the
Minnesota Republican legislators swept into power with an ironclad pledge to beat back the deficit solely through cuts. But the realities of taming the $5 billion projected deficit have revealed cracks in what once seemed a bulletproof political
Republican Party chair Tony Sutton had a Valentine's Day message for GOP lawmakers: Any revenue increases would violate your principles. "Please resist any revenue enhancement proposals like raising taxes, raising fees, expanding gambling, expanding
Republicans on Monday defended their decision to ban a raft of prominent party members -- including former Gov. Arne Carlson and former U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger -- from party activities for two years for backing Independence Party gubernatorial
Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Supreme Court justices are deliberating over a Republican lawsuit casting doubt about whether the number of governor's race votes squares with rosters of voters. The skirmish comes ahead of a presumed
Minn. (AP) — Republican Tom Emmer, trailing in the Minnesota governor's race pending a likely recount, asked the state Supreme Court Wednesday to step in and order counties to determine if too many ballots were cast in some precincts.
Minn. (AP) — Here's how bad it is for Minnesota Democrats: They could wind up losing, even in a race they might have won. A potential recount in Minnesota's race for governor might eventually crown Democrat Mark Dayton the winner