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The Republican Party of Minnesota is the oldest active political party in the U.S. state of Minnesota. The Minnesota Republican Party’s platform is relatively moderate. The party’s main issues are economic growth, education, healthcare, civil rights, public safety, and environmental protection.What are the main issues of the Republican Party of Minnesota?
The party’s main issues are economic growth, education, healthcare, civil rights, public safety, and environmental protection. It has a strong voter base in rural and suburban parts of Minnesota.How many seats does the Republican Party have in Minnesota?
The Minnesota Republican Party holds none of the five statewide elected offices, neither United States Senate seat, and four of the state's eight United States House of Representatives seats. It holds a majority in the Minnesota Senate and a minority in the Minnesota House of Representatives .What happened to the Minnesota Republican Party in 2010?
The Party of Minnesota was fined $170,000 for violating federal campaign finance regulations from 2003 to 2008. The Chairman of the Minnesota Republican Party Tony Sutton (R) was found guilty of circumventing Finance Laws in the Gubernatorial Election Recount of 2010 and fined $33,000. (2010)