Minneapolis Voters Encounter Problems With New E-Poll BooksThe city of Minneapolis rolled out new technology on Election Day, meant to make the process of voting easier and faster, but some voters encountered a few hiccups.
Officials: Twin Cities Election Results May Not Come In For DaysBoth Minneapolis and St. Paul say the results of elections will be delayed because of ranked choice voting.
Chair Martin Says Despite Some Loss, DFL Should Be ProudMinnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party Chair Ken Martin shared his thoughts on the outcome of the 2016 election.
4 Things To Know: Donald Trump Wins Presidency, Stock Market, Recreational Marijuana & MoreFrom Donald Trump becoming the president-elect to the Dow Jones plunging 600 points overnight, here is a look at the top four stories from Nov. 9, 2016.
Zipcar Offering Free Reservations On Election DayNeed a ride to the polls? The car-sharing company Zipcar can help you out.
3 Tight Congressional Races Take Forefront In Minnesota On Election DayWith Hillary Clinton the heavy favorite to capture Minnesota's 10 electoral votes, the drama in the state Tuesday may well be found in three competitive congressional races.
Several Companies To Give Employees Election Day OffElection Day will actually be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the U.S. this year. General Motors is one of many companies that give workers a paid day off on Election Day.
Officials: Hennepin County Doubles Previous Absentee Ballot RecordAccording to election officials, Hennepin County has more than doubled the previous record of 82,000 accepted absentee ballots.
Good Question: Why Is Election Day On A Tuesday?Election Day is always the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. Derek from Rochester wanted to know: Why is it that date?
Save Time On Election Day: Tips From Minneapolis City OfficialsWith a little more than one week left in the tumultuous 2016 election, citizens are starting to figure out their plan to vote.
Good Question: Why Don't People Vote?In 2012, 52 percent of American adults voted. That means almost half of people over age 18 didn’t cast a ballot during the last presidential election.
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