Minnesota Republicans will gather Saturday morning in Bloomington to elect a new party chair. The person selected will lead an organization that is deep in debt and facing uncertainty about its future. Meanwhile several outside groups have formed to start on work that has traditionally been done by the party.
Americans for Prosperity-Minnesota released the following statement on the George Mason University Mercatus Center’s third edition of “Freedom in the 50 States” ranking of American states based on how their policies promote fiscal, regulatory and personal freedoms.
Americans for Prosperity-Minnesota today announced a comprehensive citizen education effort that includes direct mail, social media and volunteer activity in targeted Minnesota House and Senate districts to highlight lawmakers leading the charge for dramatically higher taxes and increased government spending.
Americans for Prosperity-Minnesota State Director John Cooney released the following statement in response to Gov. Mark Dayton’s revised Fiscal Year 2014-15 supplemental budget proposal.
Americans for Prosperity-Minnesota, the state’s premier free market grassroots organization committed to smaller government and economic freedom, today issued a statement on the updated February economic forecast provided by the Minnesota Office of Management and Budget (MMB).