Can Lee Byberg Claim Victory Over Collin Peterson?

Joining the political scene in 2010, Lee Byberg when he tried running for U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 7th congressional district. He was born on August 26th, 1962 in Brazil, Paraguay, later moving to Norway. He graduated from the University of Minnesota in the year 1990. He is a member of the Republican party who lost […]

Divorce Rights Denied to Same-Sex Couples

Same-sex couples can currently only marry in 6 states, along with the District of Columbia. These places do not require people to be a resident of the state in order to get married there. As such, anyone can go over the state border in order to get married there. However, if they want to get […]

Republicans Block Equal Pay Act

A new bill, which was designed to rid the 1963 Equal Pay Act of loopholes, needed 60 votes in order to pass. The bill only got 58 of the votes needed, and none of which were from any Republicans. The Republican Party said that while they opposed discrimination, the bill was written with very little […]

Michele Bachmann Judges Gays

Michele Bachmann, Minnesota congresswoman, has often been put on the spot for some of her statements. Here she discusses her opinion of gay citizens.  

Can Collin Peterson Still Do It in Minnesota?

Collin Clark Peterson was born on June 29, 1944, and is the U.S. Representative for Minnesota’s 7th congressional district. He has been serving since 1991. He is a member of the Democratic Farmer Labor Party, and is the dean of the Minnesota congressional delegation. He is also a member of the house Agriculture Committee. Minnesota’s […]

Can A District Switch Win It For Tarryl Clark?

Tarryl Clark is back in the ring this election for the 8th district’s seat at Congress, in an attempt to be the Democrat to make Chip Cravaack a one term representative.   Not an unfamiliar face in Minnesota politics, Clark served five years in the State Senate and most recently went head to head with […]

Can Chip Cravaack Retain Minnesota’s 8th District Seat?

Taking office in January 2011, Congressman Chip Cravaack pulled off an upset victory over Democratic incumbent and 18-term representative Jim Oberstar by only 4,400 votes. This made Cravaack the first Republican to hold the seat since 1947. His tenure in the House of Representatives has been met with controversy. His support of fellow Representative Michele […]

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