If absentee ballots are any indication, there’s a great deal of voter interest in this year’s election.
The scruffy look is in across the country — at least for the month of November. “Movember” is officially in full swing.
The NHL has canceled all its games through the end of November because of the labor dispute between owners and players.
Hamline University’s faculty has voted Wednesday to oppose the marriage amendment, which would change Minnesota’s constitution to define marriage as between a man and woman.
He won’t be on the ballot this November, but Jesse Ventura might run for office in 2016.
The Freedom to Marry campaign is releasing its first ad against the November marriage amendment.
One week from today, Minnesota voters go to the polls in a primary election to narrow the list of candidates for the November campaigns.
Top Minnesota lawmakers have approved an $18,000 legal expense in a fight to preserve a constitutional amendment that would require voters to show a photo ID at the polls.
Republican legislative leaders are intervening in a lawsuit to try to keep a proposed photo ID requirement for voters on November’s ballot.
While the Minnesota House and Senate have to iron out differences in their voter ID bills, it does appear that a constitutional amendment requiring voters to present a photo ID will be on the November ballot.
Some people say the push to get a Voter ID amendment on the ballot in November includes racial profiling.
Two Redby, Minn. men have pleaded guilty in connection to the Nov. 3, 2010 killing of one man and the wounding of two others on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.
Throughout November, WCCO-TV is making women over 40 feel fabulous about themselves.
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