Minnesota Progressive Repartee
It's our daily repartee from 4-5 PM. What does repartee mean? Conversation or speech characterized by quick, witty comments or replies. And each day during our repartee Brett Johnson and Hunter Hawes bring you the latest on Minnesota politics and interviews from news makers along with your calls. It's progressive radio without the pledge drives or tote bags!
Doug Pagitt hosts today’s show and reacts to Trmup’s North Korea Summit, and how to convince certain Trump voters to change their views.
Doug Pagitt hosts today’s show and speaks with two guests about a case from a few years ago where 10 Somali men in Minnesota were arrested on terrorism charges and how the FBI continues to target Minnesota Somali people.
Janet Robert hosts today’s show and speaks with DFL strategist Mike Erlandson of Aurora Strategic Advisors about the ins and outs of the upcoming DFL CD5 convention and statewide primaries. Also Secretary of State Steve Simon joins to talk about the SCOTUs ruling on the Ohio voter purges and how it might (or might not)…
Janet Robert hosts today’s show and speaks with CD5 Chair Brandon Schorsch about the CD5 special endorsement convention coming up on June 17 in the wake of Keith Ellison not running for reelection for congress after deciding to run for attorney general. Then St. Paul City Council Ward 4 candidate Shirley Erstad about her campaign.
Alan Miller hosts and takes your calls. Trump, Erin Murphy’s electable, Local politics, and much more.
Alan Miller hosts today’s show and talks about Trump’s fake patriotic ceremony yesterday. Also state Sen. Jim Carlson calls in to talk about the end of the last legislative session. And Lori Swanson calls in to tell us about her campaign for governor.
Joe Penske joins to talk about his crucial State Senate race to decide majority. Rep Schultz talks about a MN Care buy in options. Hosted by Janet Roberts.
Janet Robert hosts today’s show and recaps both the DFL and GOP state conventions and shares some thoughts on how Democrats can bridge the urban/rural divide.