Minnesota voters are unhappy with the national political activities of two-term Governor Tim Pawlenty. They oppose his campaigning for other candidates out of state and prefer Republican front-runner for the GOP presidential nomination, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, over him, though they prefer Pawlenty to former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. In one of the most striking findings, Pawlenty has lost the support of a large segment of Republican voters.
Center for the Study of Politics and Governance, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, UMN
Jacobs, Lawrence; Miller, Joanne M..
Pawlenty Under Fire for National Campaigning; DFL Legislative Majority at Risk.
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