Matthew Kirkpatrick on August 29th, 2010

While Minnesota’s issues with disenfranchising military voters have received nation-wide publicity, one must at least give Saint Paul credit for complying with the MOVE Act.  In the MOVE Act, states are required to allow for a “45-day round trip” in an effort to enfranchise overseas voters, especially military voters.  In Minnesota, the legislature dealt with [...]

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Matthew Kirkpatrick on April 28th, 2010

In the past 48 hours, the Seifert campaign has taken issue with who the Emmer campaign chose not to select for lieutenant gubernatorial candidate, Linda Runbeck, and her pro-choice vote 16 years ago. Ironically, in 1992, Seifert’s actual LG selection, Rhonda Sivarajah, when given the choice among President George H.W. Bush (Pro-Life), H. Ross Perot [...]

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Matthew Kirkpatrick on April 14th, 2010

With the great library of quotes of Carter Vice President, Walter Mondale, I decided that, on this day after his endorsement of Margaret Anderson Kelliher’s campaign for governor, posting a great, forward looking quote would make for a good post. So here you go. “At least when Ronald Reagan rode off in the movies into [...]

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