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"In 2014, I decided it was time to stop talking about the problems facing our country and start doing something to solve them," Mills said in a statement. "I intend to finish what I started, and look forward to working for the people of the 8th District." Comment?
Mills, shown here in a May 2014 interview, is setting up an exploratory committee for a rematch against Nolan. Minnesota Republican Stewart Mills inched closer to a rematch with Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party member Rep. Rick Nolan next year by announcing an exploratory committee over the weekend. Comment?
House Republicans are using taxpayer money to pay former Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell tens of thousands of dollars to work as a consultant to improve relations with state officials. The House Republican Conference paid Sean Parnell $10,000 in both March and April. Comment?
Like many elected officials, Rep. Rick Nolan planned to split his holiday weekend between public events celebrating Independence Day and time spent with his family. Nolan, D-Minn., has been especially focused on the balance of business and pleasure ever since his youngest daughter, Katherine, was diagnosed with stage four cancer earlier this year, and he said he will continue to make it a priority as he hits the campaign trail. Comment?
The 71-year-old DFL congressman is in his fifth term in the House and his second representing the voters of northeastern and central Minnesota. Nolan narrowly defeated Mills Fleet Farm heir Stewart Mills in the swing district in November. Comment?
The Minnesota delegation is expected Wednesday to once again flood the halls of Congress with the aromas of melted cheese-covered, processed meat-packed, condensed soup-spiked, fried potato-filled delicacies better known as hotdish. The invitation-only event - reserved for Gopher State pols, their staff and congressional press - is scheduled to take place in room 430 of the Dirksen Senate Office Building beginning at 12:30 p.m. Sen. Al Franken , D-Minn., launched the collegial food fight in 2011, and has gathered a bipartisan group of competitors into the epicurean fray spring Tom Emmer told HOH the freshman lawmaker is excited to pit his home memories against those of his co-workers. Comment?
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