Tuesday, July 17, 2012 By Aaron Brown
I wrote about the ad wars late last week. Though more ads are likely from all candidates, it appears that Clark has put up the best-produced offerings. The question remains, however, how much these ads will sway the voting public in a district famous for person-to-person political networks.
The winner of the Aug. 14 DFL primary will face freshman incumbent Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8) in one of the nation's most watched congressional races.
UPDATE: Interesting press conference by Nolan tomorrow. Text:
Rick Nolan, the DFL-endorsed candidate for Congress in Minnesota’s 8th District, will make a major announcement regarding the future of mining and environmental technologies research in northern Minnesota and across the United States tomorrow, 10:30 A.M. Wednesday, July 18, at the University of Minnesota Duluth Natural Resources Research Institute.