In the 8th District, Democratic U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan and Republican Stewart Mills have been targeted by television ads largely funded by groups that are not connected to the campaigns.
The two are scheduled to meet Sunday, Nov. 2 for one final debate before the Nov. 4 election.
He would leave most health care insurance decisions up to states, including whether to require people to buy health insurance.
Former President Bill Clinton asked young voters to break the pattern of low turnout for Democrats in midterm elections.
On gun rights, health care and military involvement in the Middle East, the two candidates are miles apart.
Republican Mike McFadden accused U.S. Sen. Al Franken of voting with the president 97 percent of the time. Franken accused McFadden of misrepresenting his record.
Republican Tom Emmer has the money and name recognition. DFLer Joe Perske is trying to compensate by reaching out to voters in the state's conservative 6th District.
Minnesotans no longer need to explain why they're voting absentee instead of on Election Day.
Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden used PreferedOne's exit from MNsure to attack incumbent Sen. Al Franken for supporting the Affordable Care Act.
Democratic U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan of Minnesota's 8th District doesn't think the U.S. should move against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. His Republican opponent, Stewart Mills, supports action.
Republican Mike McFadden has switched his Senate campaign's focus away from mining jobs in Minnesota to the president's handling on Islamic militants.
The Democratic senator said he hopes to meet soon with FBI officials in Saint Paul for an update on their assessment of the Minnesota-ISIS connection.
While Franken is trying to make the case that he can work with Republicans to get things done, McFadden is trying to paint the first-term incumbent as one of the most partisan Democrats in Washington.
A central theme of Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden's campaign is that U.S. Sen. Al Franken, President Barack Obama and other Democrats are strangling the nation's economy by over-regulating businesses.
Franken has agreed to meet McFadden in three debates, in addition to the Farm Fest forum they appeared at earlier this month. McFadden wants an additional three. Franken counters that their three remaining encounters will be enough.