Minnesota is suddenly the center of the political universe and voters there are more focused on health care and the economy than the latest scandal in Washington. And they’ll have a lot to say in the midterms because the Land of 10,000 Lakes is hosting a governor’s race, two Senate races and four competitive House races that will go a long way to determine the congressional majority next year. Roll Call Senior Political Reporter Simone Pathé spent six days covering six races and 12 candidates there and explains on this week’s Political Theater podcast why both Republicans and Democrats consider Minnesota a bellwether state.
- In Minnesota, Democrats Try to Hold On, Again
- A Look at Minnesota’s Uber-Competitive House Races
- Photos From the Road: Minnesota Loves a Parade.