CHISHOLM — Candidates vying for a seat on the Chisholm School Board shared their views during a forum last week.
CHISHOLM — Candidates wanting a seat on the Chisholm City Council participated in a candidate forum last week at the Chisholm Senior Citizen Center.
This year, the North St. Louis Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) has two supervisor positions up for election. These candidates will appear on the Nov. 6, General Election ballot for those within the boundaries of the district.
CHISHOLM — In the final debate before Tuesday’s midterm election, 8th Congressional District candidates met in a less combative fashion after a series of lively meetings leading up to Tuesday night.
Pete Stauber’s campaign correspondence with the National Republican Congressional Committee shows political activity from his county email account, including arranging interviews and strategizing, according to emails released Tuesday by the county.
With the 2018 midterms one week away, Democrats at the annual Wellstone-Oberstar Bean Feed in Virginia sent a message that many feel was lost during the party’s 2016 presidential campaign: That laborers and working class voters matter.
GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — A new report alleges that a fired Itasca County sheriff’s deputy who is running to unseat his former boss misused a county-issued cellphone to download pornography and send sexually charged text messages.
The major party candidates in the race for the 8th Congressional District met on Friday for a radio debate, and for nearly an hour it got as tempestuous between the candidates as any point to date.
Minnesota’s highest office is up for grabs and its race is tightening down the stretch as the state enters the final two weeks before Election Day, Nov. 6.
DULUTH — The Pete Stauber campaign emails will remain private at least until next week and maybe for good as Judge Stoney Hiljus said he will use the weekend to decide.
GRAND RAPIDS — The two candidates vying to be Itasca County's chief prosecutor and legal counsel met Wednesday for a forum that drew diverging opinions on the priorities and needs of the office.
VIRGINIA — Pressure is increasing on St. Louis County to release emails between county commissioner and Republican 8th Congressional District candidate Pete Stauber and the National Republican Congressional Committee.
ST. PAUL — Three candidates are running for the position of attorney general of Minnesota, a race that is anticipated to be one of the most hotly contested in the state this election cycle.
Joe Radinovich, 8th District DFL Congressional candidate talks about his views and the campaign with Denis McDonough, former chief of staff for President Obama, following a meeting with local United Steelworkers Wednesday in Eveleth. This was McDonough's first visit to the Iron Range since 2…
HIBBING — In the final round of the Hibbing Chamber of Commerce’s forum last Thursday, three council candidates arrived with their own unique ideas but one shared goal: to secure the Ward 4 seat for a two-year term.
DULUTH — Despite a state opinion suggesting otherwise, St. Louis County said Wednesday, Oct. 17, it will not release the contents of campaign correspondence found in Pete Stauber’s county email account.
HIBBING — Three of the four Hibbing residents vying for the two-year city councilor at-large seat compared notes and voiced philosophies during a recent Hibbing Chamber of Commerce forum.
A state data practices opinion on Tuesday said campaign correspondence found in Pete Stauber’s county email account ought to be publicly reviewable data.
A second major poll conducted by The New York Times and Siena College found Republican Pete Stauber with a 15-point lead over Democrat Joe Radinovich in the 8th Congressional District race. The poll marks a turning point from mid-September, when the Times and Siena measured a one-point lead …
HIBBING — At times it was difficult to stand out, but six of 15 Hibbing School Board candidates shared their qualifications, goals and stances on various topics during a Hibbing Chamber of Commerce candidate forum Tuesday at Hibbing City Hall.
Two years ago in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District race, mining and the economy — and who was better for both — played a central role in the Rick Nolan-Stewart Mills rematch. Fast-forward to today and the changed political climate, the Joe Radinovich-Pete Stauber race is drawing from th…
FORBES — With the clock ticking down toward the Nov. 6 election, and days removed from Cleveland-Cliffs’ contract agreement with its union, DFL candidates toured United Taconite in Forbes and Eveleth during a campaign stop Wednesday that focused on the mining economy and Cliffs’ pursuit of a…
VIRGINIA — Joe Radinovich, the Democratic candidate for the 8th Congressional District, sought to clarify his mining stance following a debate Wednesday in Duluth.
DULUTH — The first of at least four debates in the race for Congress in the 8th District landed in Duluth on Wednesday, Sept. 26, and when it was over Democrat Joe Radinovich and Republican Pete Stauber met offstage for a photo opportunity.
DULUTH, Minn. — A placard from an opioid crisis roundtable that identified Pete Stauber as “Candidate for U.S. Congress” took center stage in the race for the 8th Congressional District seat on Wednesday, Sept. 19, as opposition activists in Duluth wondered if it was evidence of conflict of …
DULUTH — A U.S. House candidate is applying legal pressure to try to stop the airing of what his campaign calls a “false and misleading” special-interest television advertisement.
DULUTH — Democrat Joe Radinovich confronted claims from a special interest advertisement Wednesday, Sept. 12, by admitting to a long-dismissed drug paraphernalia charge.
Ray "Skip" Sandman finished his career working as a cultural advisor in a treatment center, so voters would guess right to think he's got something to say about the opioid epidemic.
An hourlong roundtable discussion Wednesday on the opioid crisis yielded insights and lively expert discussion in Duluth — then made news for a clash between political campaigns trying to own the issue in the race for the open seat in the 8th Congressional District.
GRAND RAPIDS — The four candidates running for election to Itasca County Sheriff had the opportunity to voice their platforms before a crowd last week.