Thank you to everyone who attended the CGMC Fall Conference last week at Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center. More than 100 city leaders representing 50 cities attended the conference — setting an attendance record for the second straight year! The conference kicked off Thursday afternoon with a presentation by Minnesota . . .
With first Greater Minnesota governor in decades, city leaders see major opportunity with Walz Administration
For Immediate Release Contact: Julie Liew, email@example.com PDF version With first Greater Minnesota governor in decades, city leaders see major opportunity with Walz Administration ALEXANDRIA, MINN.—For the first time in more than three decades, Minnesotans have elected a governor who resides in Greater Minnesota. With Governor-elect Tim Walz’s outstate roots . . .
For the first time since Governor Rudy Perpich (1976-79, 1983-91), Minnesota’s executive branch will be led by a governor from Greater Minnesota. With 54 percent of the vote, Tim Walz bested Jeff Johnson to win the governor’s race. Governor-elect Walz, who lives in Mankato, campaigned heavily under the motto “One . . .
With Election Day coming up on Tuesday, we want to give you a few of things to watch for as you digest the results. With an open seat for governor, a special election in the State Senate, and several competitive races in the Minnesota House, there are a number of . . .
Registration is now open for the CGMC Fall Conference! The conference will be held Nov.15-16, 2018 at Arrowwood Resort & Conference Center in Alexandria and will feature presentations, discussions and speakers on a number of important topics. The packed agenda includes: Luncheon presentation by Myron Frans, commissioner of Minnesota Management . . .
DFLer Tim Walz and Republican Jeff Johnson emerged from their respective primaries to earn a spot on the November ballot for Governor. On Tuesday, both the Democratic-Farmer-Labor and Republican parties held competitive primaries for the nomination for governor, with Congressman Tim Walz, State Rep. Erin Murphy and Attorney General Lori . . .