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ENG: Timothy James "Tim" Pawlenty (born November 27, 1960), also known affectionately among supporters as T-Paw, is an American politician who served as the 39th Governor of Minnesota (2003–2011). He was a Republican candidate for President of the United States in the 2012 election from May to August 2011. He previously served in the Minnesota House of Representatives (1993–2003) where he served two terms as majority leader. Pawlenty was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota and raised in nearby South St. Paul. He graduated from University of Minnesota with a B.A. in political science and earned a J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School. His early career included working as a labor law attorney and the vice president of a software company. After settling in the city of ...
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Pawlenty: Election Results Are Reaction Against Obama, Pelos

Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty (Undated) -- Minnesota Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty thinks Tuesday's election results are a reaction by voters against President Obama and Congress. Pawlenty says pocketbook issues figured prominently because the economy is in the doldrums and voters don't think it's being dealt with in the right way. Pawlenty added people think spending is out of control and want the government "to live within its means." The Minnesota governor added he thinks the direction President Obama is taking the nation is excessive and misguided. November 3, ...

Pawlenty praises Iowa Republican victories with eye on 2012

He may have not yet officially declared his candidacy, but Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty continues to make it increasingly clear that he plans to run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012. Wednesday morning he released a pair of press releases aimed squarely at gaining favor in the first two states in the nomination calendar. Pawlenty praised Republicans who won elections in Iowa and New Hampshire on Tuesday. Beyond noting the GOP gains in the Hawkeye State, he also touted the fact that Iowa voted against retaining the three Supreme Court justices on the ballot, a ...

Pawlenty fifth in new Rasmussen presidential poll

Gov. Tim Pawlenty rated fifth among likely Republican primary voters, according to a Rasmussen poll released on Thursday. Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich placed in the top four, followed by Pawlenty, who has lagged in virtually every professional poll and straw poll over the last year. Pawlenty has said his decision on a presidential run will be made this spring. In the poll, Romney claimed the top spot with 20 percent; Huckabee and Palin were tied for a close second, at 19 percent. Gingrich got 13 percent and Pawlenty 6 percent. Pawlenty bested two other ...

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Governor Tim Pawlenty, Politically Retired, But Offers Advice
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty had no earth shattering announcements about his future on Friday, but he did have a story about a wild Porsche ride with Jesse Ventura and some advice for current Governor Mark Dayton and legislative leaders.
Gun Fight: Can Minnesota Have a Fair Gun Debate at Gunpoint?
What if they gave a debate about guns in society and there were no guns in the room?Minnesota may never know what that would look like.Last week's series of hearings in the Minnesota State Capitol on legislation to reduce gun violence had an unintended and unforeseen outcome: Guns in society wasn't the most pressing issue. Guns in the Capitol was.
Fighting for the Little Guy…An UpTake Leadership Profile: Sarah Walker
The Second Chance Coalition, co-founded by Sarah Walker, is blazing a trail for Minnesotans with criminal records who are reentering society and seeking jobs, housing and the right to vote.
Two MN Governors Speed On I-94 Outrunning Highway Patrol
A highway patrol car was left in the dust as Ventura and Pawlenty “buried the needle” on I-94.

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