Patrick Condon | Star Tribune
Washington Bureau Chief | Politics and government

Patrick Condon is the Star Tribune's Washington bureau chief. He was previously the paper's politics/government team leader, supervising a team of reporters who cover Minnesota politics in St. Paul and Washington. He has worked at the Star Tribune since 2014 after more than a decade as a reporter for the Associated Press.

Condon grew up in Watertown, Minn., and graduated from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul with degrees in journalism and English. He lives in Minneapolis.

Trump rally jumpstarts GOP push for Minnesota

GOP plans to spend up to $30 million in bid to win first Minn. presidential race since19'72.

Trump argues for a second term, bashes Omar, Bidens, Frey

In his Target Center speech, Trump says he will win Minnesota in 2020, adding that the conduct of Rep. Ilhan Omar will be a factor. He bashed Democrats and their impeachment inquiry against him.

Report: Pence heading to Minn. on same day as Trump

Vice President Mike Pence will join President Donald Trump at a rally in downtown Minneapolis on Thursday as the country's two top elected leaders put…

At Minnesota town halls, talk of impeachment follows a familiar fault line

Compelled by her conviction that President Donald Trump must be impeached, Ariel Summers showed up last week at a congressional town hall meeting in Stillwater.…

Impeachment push puts centrist Democrat Collin Peterson in the spotlight

He's one of few House Dems to balk at inquiry.

Impeachment stakes rising for Minnesotans in Congress

So far, the impeachment process seems only to be deepening the partisan divide.

Both Minnesota senators now back calls for impeachment inquiry

Senators join all Democrats in the Minnesota congressional delegation, save Collin Peterson.

Former Twin Cities Archbishop Harry Flynn dies at age 86

Flynn, who served as archbishop in the Twin Cities from 1995 to 2008, led a 2002 task force of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops that looked into the clergy sexual abuse crisis that had been sweeping through Catholic churches across the country.

Rep. Omar says false Trump tweet puts her life 'at risk'

He retweeted false claim that she "partied" on the anniversary of 9/11.

Amy Klobuchar pitches herself to voters tired of 'extremes'

Her signature moments came when she offered a message of Democratic unity.