Most of the major candidates have applied in person; others have sent staff members. Michele Bachmann, however, has focused almost exclusively on Iowa, and her entire New Hampshire team recently up and quit. They said in a statement that they resent how the national team has treated them.
15,000 Minnesota nurses 'overwhelmingly' authorize strike
Overworked and underpaid, the Minnesota Nurses Association is ready to strike.
Minnesota to offer free school meals to 90,000 extra students
Gov. Tim Walz, who is facing re-election in November, announced the measure on Monday.
Minneapolis man dies from injuries days after motorcycle pileup
The 69-year-old died after four days at Regions Hospital.
Police: 15-year-old missing from home north of Twin Cities
Authorities say he may be headed to the metro.
5,760 cases of Capri-Sun recalled as they might contain cleaning fluid
"The taste of fun" isn't that fun currently...
25-year-old Hopkins man drowns after falling off boat
The man reportedly fell from the boat while fishing with friends.
New report details hate crimes in Minnesota last year
Hate crimes in Minnesota rose in 2021.
Low cancels Europe shows due to Mimi Parker's cancer treatment
The Duluth band says the decision follows 'recent changes' in Parker's treatment.
Twin Cities LA Fitness closed after fire Monday morning
The gym will remain closed for the day.
State contacts over 100 landowners in Rush Creek fish kill investigation
The deaths of the fish remain unexplained.
Bachmann campaign disputes reports that entire New Hampshire staff quit
A spokeswoman for Michele Bachmann says the presidential campaign has received no word that its New Hampshire staff members have quit. But reports persist that some - or all - of Bachmann's staff in that state is resigning.
Bachmann says she's not giving up on New Hampshire
Michele Bachmann tells Fox News her presidential campaign will replace New Hampshire staff members who quit last week. She says she has focused more time on Iowa because its presidential caucuses precede the New Hampshire primary.
Bachmann's entire New Hampshire team quits in frustration
Michele Bachmann's paid staff in New Hampshire has reportedly quit en masse, and apparently they wanted to do it earlier but were afraid it would hurt her candidacy.
Bachmann's N.H. staff: National team 'was rude, unprofessional, dishonest, and at times cruel'
The former New Hampshire staffers say they have no ill will toward Bachmann herself, but they had much harsher words for her national team.
Bachmann, Graves to hold three debates
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has agreed to three debates with her DFL opponent Jim Graves on the week before the Nov. 6 election, the St. Cloud Times reports. However, the Graves campaign is pushing the three-term Congresswoman to have more than just three debates. “It frustrates me that Bachmann was willing to give 15 debates during her presidential campaign," Jim Graves said. The first public debate is set for Oct. 30 in St. Cloud.
Michele Bachmann on GOP primary: Voters are 'really kind of tired of this'
Minnesota's congresswoman was back on camera Friday morning in an interview with MSNBC. She said voters are feeling "a lot of fatigue" as the Republican primary drags on.
Michele Bachmann: Republican primary could end soon
The Minnesota Congresswoman told Bloomberg that money will be the factor that narrows the field. Bachmann has yet to endorse any of the remaining Republican contenders. She dropped out of the race for the White House after finishing sixth in the Iowa caucuses.
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