Republican activists are set to pick a new chairman Saturday to replace Tony Sutton, who resigned earlier this month as the party's debt problems came to light. The three candidates pitched their plans for restoring the party's financial stability and public credibility at a forum on Thursday night.
Police obtain 'valuable information' in search for missing 6-year-old Elle Ragin
The 6-year-old is still missing following the death of her mother by suicide.
Fatal crash involving 18-year-old in western Minnesota
The 18-year-old was not wearing a seatbelt, the State Patrol said.
2 women stabbed during parking lot brawl in St. Cloud
Police are searching for another woman in connection with the attack.
A year later, man arrested over fatal drive-by shooting in northern MN
The 34-year-old victim died on July 5, 2021.
Minneapolis: Stop calling 911 for fireworks noise complaints
The city wants people to submit complaints online instead.
What's open and closed in Minnesota on the Fourth of July
Grocery stores are open, though some have limited hours.
18-year-old killed by exploding firework in Brooklyn Park
Police arrived at the scene to see the victim's friend performing CPR.
Boy found in Brooklyn Park is reunited with parents
The boy was found shortly before 6 p.m. Sunday.
1 dead, 1 arrested after shooting involving teens in Duluth
A 17-year-old was arrested around 1:45 a.m. Sunday. Neither the victim nor the suspect has been identified.
NASCAR driver joins MN boy in reclaiming 'Let's go Brandon' slogan
Brandon Brundidge gained recognition when his mother shared the story of how he found inspiration in "Let's go Brandon" signs.
White supremacist propaganda flyers distributed in Cottage Grove
The department said the flyers have been left in driveways throughout the city.
Regulators fine Minnesota GOP, former chairman over 2010 recount
The Minnesota Campaign Finance Board Friday imposed fines on the Minnesota Republican Party, former chairman Tony Sutton and a separate corporation over the financing of the recount in the 2010 governor's race between Republican Tom Emmer and Democrat Mark Dayton. The state GOP was fined $26,900, while Sutton and Count Them All Properly Inc. were fined $3,000 each.
Former state GOP chair won't face charges, prosecutor says
St. Paul City Attorney Sarah Grewing said Friday that she won't pursue criminal charges against former Minnesota Republican Party chairman Tony Sutton for fundraising irregularities. The matter has already led to fines against Sutton and the GOP. Gerwig wrote in a letter to The Associated Press that it would be hard to prove Sutton was willfully violating a state law.
Sen. Warren Limmer won't run for GOP party chair
Republican activists will meet Saturday to pick a state party leader to replace Tony Sutton, who resigned earlier this month. Limmer's announcement that he'll withdraw leaves three others in the race: GOP operative Pat Shortridge, Second Congressional District GOP chair Terry McCall and Todd McIntyre.
Former GOP chair on party debt: "Worth it"
Just hours after Republican officials declared the party $2 million in debt, former party leader Tony Sutton released a statement on his Facebook page saying the numbers reflect a hard fought election and campaign cycle, but that Minnesota is better off because of it.
Koch scandal another in a series of blows to state GOP
Minnesota's Grand Old Party has taken numerous hits recently as key party members resign and debt issues loom.
Report: Sutton signed deal obliging GOP to pay recount debt, didn't tell party officials
Some insiders in the Republican Party of Minnesota have been saying the group does not have to pay back nearly half a million dollars in legal fees stemming from the gubernatorial recount, but Politics in Minnesota reports former party chairman Tony Sutton signed a deal obliging the party to pay the debt. Furthermore, he says he cannot recall telling other party officials about the agreement.
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