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Who Is Election Energy, and Why It Matters

Last week, we discussed Verified Twitter Accounts - specifically, that Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson had one. On Monday, we looked at Chief Justice Lorie Gildea's expenses on her Campaign Finance Reports ("CFB") for her campaign website - well, specifically, the lack thereof.
Today, we're going to look at website expenses for the campaign of Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson - and several other prominent Republicans. We'll start with one such prominent Republican, the soon-to-be former GOP Senate Caucus Leader Dave Senjem.
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A Look At MN Chief Justice's Campaign Finance Reports

Last week, we discussed Verified Twitter Accounts - specifically, that Minnesota Supreme Court Justice G. Barry Anderson had one, and we were looking at his re-election Campaign Finance Reports. And we are; stay tuned for what's turned up! While doing so, we also took a look at two of the other candidates for re-election to the Supreme Court - Justice David Stras, who also had a Twitter Verified Account, and Chief Justice Lorie Gildea, who didn't. Something stuck out while going through Chief Justice Gildea's reports - by omission.
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Poll: MN CD8 Race Extremely Tight

Wow. According to a new KSTP/SurveyUSA poll, the CD8 race between Chip Cravaack and Rick Nolan is extremely close. Nolan holds a tiny lead, which is statistically insignificant given the poll's margin of error:
In an election for the U.S. House of Representatives today from Minnesota's 8th Congressional District, incumbent Republican Chip Cravaack and former Congressman Rick Nolan are eyeball-to-eyeball in a contest too-close-to-call, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for K...
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Doug Wardlow is a Tenther

Tentherism is essentially the modern form of nullification, not always as extreme, but sometimes, the same thing. It's the doctrine that states can ignore federal laws they disagree with based on an erroneous reading of the tenth amendment, or at least based on a convenient forgetting of other parts of the Constitution.
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