Want To Vote In The Minnesota Caucuses? Here's What You Need To KnowBoth parties in Minnesota hold their caucus on the same day as 12 other states -- Super Tuesday. Here's a quick rundown of what you need to know if you want to take part:
Fierce Legislative Campaigns Expected Statewide In 2016With the November 2016 elections just one year away, Republicans, Democrats and outside groups are preparing for expensive battles over state legislative seats. Increasing activity by independent groups could push next year's campaign fundraising totals past those of previous election cycles.
Volunteers Working To Get Voters Registered TodayAs things continue to heat up and intensify in the race for the White House, candidates and state officials want everyone who qualifies to exercise their right to vote.
Latest Poll Shows Gov. Walker's Support Slipping AwayA new poll from CBS News and the New York Times shows Gov. Scott Walker losing support in his bid for the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election. In August, Walker had 10 percent among Republican primary voters saying they supported him for the nomination.
State Senator Seen As Congressional Contender Bypasses RaceState Sen. Dave Thompson has ruled out a run for Congress in Minnesota's 2nd congressional district, taking a candidate viewed as a GOP contender out of the mix. Thompson announced Friday that he won't seek to succeed Republican Rep. John Kline in the competitive district south of the Twin Cities.
A Frequent Name At The Ballot Box, Dick Franson Dies At 86A frequent presence on Minnesota's election ballots has died. Dick Franson ran for U.S. Senate, governor and other statewide and local offices for a total of about 30 attempts. Franson died Wednesday after going through rehab for a concussion earlier this year. He was 86.
Independence Party Demoted To Minor-Party Status In MNThe Independence Party is less mighty in the eyes of the state of Minnesota. The secretary of state's office formally informed the party's leader in a letter Tuesday that it has been downgraded from major- to minor-party status.
Board To Put Final Stamp On Minnesota ElectionMinnesota voters had their say, but this year's election is only now at its official conclusion. The state Canvassing Board was to convene Tuesday to put the final stamp on an election that saw Democrat incumbents comfortably win races for governor and Senate after being subjected to recounts in their prior campaigns.

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