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He says it violates city guidelines.
But Swanson only has a slender advantage over Tim Walz.
His focus is not on Democrats, but his GOP primary opponent.
The GOP candidate had almost $1.3 million on hand at the end of May.
Well ... she's already in position.
But Democrats also think Pawlenty is the main Republican threat.
He'll focus his efforts on the Republican primary, he confirmed.
His fundraising far outstrips his GOP rivals.
No surprises there.
As a presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty sometimes took the nation's big banks to task. Now he works for them. Pawlenty tells Business Week his transition from public service to corporate lobbyist is going well. Although a campaign line urging the banking industry to get their snout out of the public trough has now become infamous.
Former Minnesota governor and one-time GOP presidential nominee Tim Pawlenty has been tapped to be the new chief of The Financial Services Roundtable, a lobbying group that works on behalf of major players in the world of finance, Politico reports. He says he won't run for office in 2014, and he'll step down as a Romney campaign co-chairman.
No longer vice presidential material, Tim Pawlenty appears to emerging as a potential candidate for Secretary of State for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, given the former Minnesota governor's strong interest in foreign policy. But is Pawlenty interested in the potential opportunity?
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty took the stage at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night for a speech that got mixed reviews and was part comedy routine and part partisan attack. Here are some of the shots he fired at the Obama administration.
Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty played the role of attack dog in his speech at the Republican National Convention. Pawlenty focused mostly on President Obama rather than Republican candidate Mitt Romney or vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan. He sprinkled biting or sarcastic humor through the speech, although pundits thought his jokes mostly fell flat.
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty has been chosen to speak in front of a national television audience on the third day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa next week. Pawlenty will address the crowd Wednesday evening before Romney's running mate, Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, gives his keynote speech.
After being passed over twice as a vice presidential pick, where does Tim Pawlenty go from here? Time magazine explores his options. If Mitt Romney wins, perhaps a cabinet post? Or a run against Sen. Al Franken in 2014? And there's always the private sector. The former Minnesota governor sits on seven corporate boards.