House Minority Leader Paul Thissen, who represents the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party in Minneapolis, told the media that he was "deeply disappointed" in Gauthier's conduct.
What does DFL stand for?
DFL stands for Democratic-Farmer-Labor (political party in Minnesota, to which state Democrats belong)
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- Data File Line
- Data Flow Language
- Data Fusion Laboratory
- David Florida Laboratory (Canadian Space Agency)
- Dead Freakin' Last (polite form)
- Deep Fried Live (cartoon)
- Degree of Financial Leverage
- Depart Friendly Lines
- Département de la Formation Linguistique (French: Department of Language Training)
- Deployable Force List
- Der Fieser Luftkühlers (German automobile club)
- Design Flood Level
- Design for Loyalty
- Designated Forest Land (Washington)
- Deutsche Fussball Liga (German Soccer League)
- Development Finance Limited
- Dictator for Life
Samples in periodicals archive:
They talked to fair-goers from inside the booths of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL), Greens and Independent parties.
Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party candidate Mark Dayton supports same-sex 'marriage,' while Republican candidate Tom Emmer does not.
In Minnesota, the party is called the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party--or DFL.
Paul Wellstone was killed in a plane crash, Mondale was called from retirement by Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor party for a five-day campaign his supporters have dubbed the "Fritz Blitz.
It seems only fitting then that Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party is expected this week to select Walter Mondale, another legendary Senate activist, to replace Wellstone on the election ticket.
Orfield, a member of his state's unique Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party, is now engaged in a run for Minnesota's State Senate.
With strong support from Progressive Minnesota--the local New Party chapter--as well as a long list of unions, he won the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party primary in September and is now poised to take the seat on November 3.