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GOP fixing from within

New chairman says the Republican Party of Minnesota is on its way to regaining financial stability and is looking to a brighter future

July 27, 2013

Editor’s note: Second of a two-part series looking at Minnesota politics with a sneak peek at 2014 from the DFL and GOP chairmen’s perspectives. Last week: DFL, today: GOP....

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commonman

Jul-28-13 8:31 PM

Headline: Bad Business Practices Catch Up With GOP. If they can't manage their own budget, how do we expect them to manage ours?Personally, I think things are going well with Governor Dayton and hope I never have to live through the "doom and gloom" of a Pawlenty administration again.

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Pirate

Jul-28-13 11:17 AM

According to FEC DNC down $20m at end of 2012. Typical politics. Using administration's latest spin phrase, phony scandal.

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dstern

Jul-28-13 8:24 AM

Good luck fixing this mess Kieth. All I see is the dysfunction from Washington moving to St. Paul. I still don't understand why MN citizens are picking up the tab[now over a half million dollars]for the Amy Koch/Mike Brodkorb affair. Brodkorb was an employee of the Rep. party,not the state of MN. Also, did Emmer pay off his debt for the recall when he ran for governor.

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