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The official website of Minnesota College Republicans official website that comprises a group of college students from throughout Minnesota who wants to help. Republicans should be elected, and chances for Republican college students should be provided. Our company has grown tremendously during the last two years. On over thirty schools, we have now have over 3000 members supporting single mothers as well. At the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this past summer, The College Republican National Committee recognized this in Philadelphia. The MCRs have been named the country’s “best state federation.”

The active members of Minnesota College Republicans are the following: 

  • Bemidji State University
  • Bethany Lutheran College
  • Bethel College
  • Carleton College
  • Century Community College
  • College of Saint Benedict’s/St. John’s University
  • College of Saint Catherine’s
  • College of Saint Scholastica
  • Concordia College (Moorhead)
  • Concordia College (Saint Paul)
  • Crown College
  • Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Hamline University
  • Hamline University – Law School
  • Inver Hills Community College
  • Luther Seminary
  • Macalester College
  • Minnesota State University at Mankato
  • Minnesota State University at Moorhead
  • Normandale Community College
  • North Central University
  • Northwestern College
  • Rochester Community College
  • Saint Cloud State University
  • Saint Mary’s University
  • Saint Olaf College
  • Southwest State University
  • University of Minnesota – Morris
  • University of Minnesota – Crookston
  • University of Minnesota – Duluth
  • University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
  • University of Saint Thomas
  • Vermillion Community College
  • William Mitchell College of Law
  • Winona State University

Election 2000 Recap

In 2000, George W. Bush made two memorable appearances in Minnesota. Many people were at the Republican victory party in St. Paul when Bush was pronounced the winner at 1:30 a.m. Some Americans didn’t realize we’d be in for a historic situation until we woke up. The news is awash in election-related news.