Here's the list, organized in alphabetical order by party affiliation. It's a work in progress.
Here's what we know so far, including number of votes, and percentage of votes.
Thoughts or comments? Send 'em our way. We'll be updating the list as candidates come and go.
Just two days after winning reelection as Minneapolis mayor, R.T. Rybak appears to have his sights on higher office.
The well-liked brainiac is quickly turning from race's darkhorse to its thoroughbred
Be prepared for all sorts of "aw-shucks" state fair jokes that will surely have your food baby rolling.
Could we just have every politician or kinda-politician run for governor in 2010, perhaps in a Lord of the Flies battle?
Some reflection on Pawlenty's decision and then it's straight into speculation about the next governor of Minnesota.
Cafe Scientifique heads to Bryant Lake Bowl to get their wonk on.
A law-and-order Christian conservative most people have never heard of tries to wrest the AG's office away from the DFL
5th Congressional District, DFL: 41% Keith Ellison, 31% Mike Erlandson, 21% Ember Reichgott Junge, 5% Paul Ostrow...
Minnesota bloggers across the political spectrum are chiming in on the outcomes of yesterday's primary election. Not surpisingly, the chatter was focused on Rep. Keith Ellison's victory in the 5th Congressional District DFL primary.
Of all the weird curves primary voters could have thrown last night, the respective Republican and DFL races for Attorney General top the list. Who would have predicted that perennial candidate Sharon Anderson would score a higher percentage of her party's votes on the Republican side than DFL endor ... More >>
The DFL primary for Attorney General is shaping up as a two-person contest, but it will be Kelley and Swanson instead of Kelley and Luther as the serious candidates.
With the DFL gubernatorial endorsement, will Mike Hatch have to play nice?
After his role in the stadium debate, can Steve Kelley still get the DFL gubernatorial nod?
Can a gun–toting Gold Star mom and state senator topple Tim Pawlenty?
The House bill sails through the conference almost entirely intact.
State Senator Steve Kelley is known for being an education expert of sorts at the Capitol, but this legislative session, he's doffed a new cap: Marijuana advocate.
So far this year, the 67 members of Minnesota Senate have filed expense reports totalling $226,539. In keeping with historical patterns, however, there is considerable variation between individual senators. Those who live the furthest from the Capitol typically wind up with biggest tabs because of t ... More >>
Deposed Education Commissioner kicks off house campaign with dubious study
New numbers show public education in Minnesota trending down, down, down
Keep a close eye on my left hand...
Right-wingers divine new education standards
The Republicans see no evil-- and most of the Democrats don't seem to, either
Forget free trade with China, privatizing Social Security, and that pesky debate about campaign-finance reform. Here’s everything you really need to know about that gaggle of Minnesotans who are vying for a six-year stint in Washington.
Politicians get ready to reboot telecommunications law
The battle over the Office of Technology has ended. The bureaucrats won.
Races to watch in the metro area.