Iowa Republicans will decide tomorrow who they want to be their presidential nominee, and all the candidates vying to win the Iowa caucuses criss-crossed the state making one last pitch for support.
Only seven percent of likely Republican caucus-goers will vote for Rep. Michele Bachmann in Tuesday's caucuses, according to the Des Moines Register's latest poll.
Here are some signs of a successful Iowa caucus campaign: rising poll numbers, a super PAC and attention from competitors. Quite suddenly, Rick Santorum can lay claim to all three.
Mitt Romney showed up to his Ames, Iowa, campaign rally like most contenders for the Republican presidential nomination: in a bus.
If there's a new character in the story of the 2012 Iowa caucuses, it's the undecided voter.
Cullen Sheehan was the top staffer in the Minnesota Senate. He is also the first person to blow the whistle on an alleged inappropriate relationship between Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch and a male staffer.
Less than a week after declaring his candidacy for the Republican Party of Minnesota's top spot, Starkey Laboratories Senior Vice President Brandon Sawalich has dropped his bid.
Some say child care could cost parents and the state more. Others believe that unionization will lead to better child care options, and will give providers a unified voice in St. Paul.
Rep. Steve Drazkowski, R-Mazeppa, fired an early shot in the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Those who argue that banning same-sex marriage will be bad for the economy are wrong, he wrote in a November 21, 2011, opinion piece.
Why all this talk about pull-tabs and gambling, and what does this have to do with funding a new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings?
Using a secondary pot of money not meant for her presidential race, Rep. Michele Bachmann donated $5,000 to Iowa's Polk County GOP in August - money that the campaign and the group agreed to spend on an event exclusively for Bachmann, according to the Polk County GOP officials.
Of the still viable Republican presidential candidates, Rep. Michele Bachmann is leading Minnesota's money race.
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign is pushing back on a swirl of reports that her paid staff in New Hampshire has quit.
The Minnesota congresswoman is still doing quite well among grassroots voters compared to other candidates, but she's been slow to expand her army of loyal donors to other states.
While the plan promises to eliminate "job killing" regulations, repeal "Obamacare," cut taxes and promote free trade, it doesn't offer much in the way of new ideas, is sparse on details, and its effectiveness is debateable.