WASHINGTON — The Minnesota House Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party has protected its hold on the chamber, overpowering Republican efforts to flip the House red. The Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee dedicated a six-figure investment toward a DFL victory in the House, which was critical with redistricting for the next decade on the line.
“Democrats kept control of the House even though Republicans poured money into Minnesota to flip the chamber,” said Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee President Jessica Post. “From the House’s work to provide more relief for communities hit by the pandemic to its support for increased public education funding, the people of Minnesota have seen progress under DFL leadership. We’re so proud of our incredible candidates for their hard work and dedication to the people of Minnesota.”
The Republican State Leadership Committee targeted the Minnesota House, and Republicans doubled down on race-baiting scare tactics — which voters saw right through.
“The House DFL has shown Minnesotans what good governance looks like,” added Post. “Democrats kept the chamber blue by putting partisan politics aside and advocating for popular policies — something the GOP knows nothing about.”