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MN-8: Clark moves north for run at Cravaack

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Today my series on Minnesota’s Eighth Congressional District continues with the first of several posts about the DFLers running to unseat Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8). Today I’m posting two items about the candidates who’ve announced. Jeff Anderson was this morning. Now we look at Tarryl Clark. Tarryl Clark is a fascinating figure in the unfolding… Read More →

MN-8: Other DFL contenders may break out of pack

We near the end of my MN-8 series with a look at several people either considering a run or being suggested as DFL candidates to challenge freshman Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8) in this northern Minnesota district. These posts are subjective analysis from one person, me, a former reporter and political observer from the region in… Read More →

MN-8: Rick Nolan comeback bid shakes up race

Today my series on Minnesota’s Eighth Congressional District continues with more posts about the DFLers running to unseat Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8). Today we meet the people considering a run, starting with the most active in the group, former U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan. At noon I’ll introduce several of the others, including some who might… Read More →

MN-8: Jeff Anderson runs with Range roots, Duluth experience

Today my series on Minnesota’s Eighth Congressional District continues with the first of several posts about the DFLers running to unseat Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-MN8). Today I’ll post two items about the candidates who’ve announced, Jeff Anderson and Tarryl Clark. We begin in alphabetical order with Anderson. A Duluth city councilor, radio station ad manager,… Read More →

MN-8: The campaigns that never were

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My series on the early status of the MN-8 congressional race in northern Minnesota continues. On Monday and Tuesday I’ll be posting updates on DFLers seeking to unseat incumbent freshman Rep. Chip Cravaack. This post focuses, surprisingly, on all the top tier DFLers who opted not to run. Normally you’d just ignore these people. Most… Read More →