President Barack Obama led Republican challenger Mitt Romney in early returns Tuesday in Minnesota, a state with a decades-long streak of backing Democratic presidential candidates.
There’s always excitement in the air in a TV Newsroom on Election night. Everyone’s working at night. People are fanning out across the state to cover all the big races: the amendments, the competitive U.S. […]
It’s probably the most Instagrammed and Facebooked photo of the day: the red “I Voted” sticker. Cindi Houtkooper from Minneapolis emailed, Greg Swan from Chaska tweeted asking: How much do we spend on the stickers? Who pays for them?
About three million people across the state are expected to cast their ballots on Election Day, and millions more will do the same across the nation.
If absentee ballots are any indication, there’s a great deal of voter interest in this year’s election.
Former President Bill Clinton is trying to stir Minnesota Democrats into action by telling them “in the real world, Barack Obama’s policies work better.”
For a fresh perspective on recent political stories, Esme Murphy turned to Star Tribune Columnist John Rash.
In last week’s presidential debate, Mitt Romney went after PBS — and Big Bird. Now, the President Barack Obama’s campaign is using it in a new TV ad.
Denver will be in the spotlight Wednesday night as President Barack Obama and Republican candidate for President Mitt Romney square off in their first debate.
Former President Bill Clinton remains among the most popular politicians in America — more popular even than President Obama. But a recent television ad from the Obama campaign in which he is featured makes questionable claims about what caused the Great Recession.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson has obtained a spot on the Minnesota ballot after gathering more than 3,000 signatures.
There’s just 100 days away from the election and a new poll shows President Obama is the more likeable candidate.
Brian McClung remembers all too well the last time his former boss was in the running for a Vice Presidential position.
The presidential election has taken a decidedly negative turn this past week, with the fierce debate over when Mitt Romney left his job at Bain Capitol.
Voters in Wisconsin, Maryland and Washington, D.C. will cast their votes on Tuesday in the Republican presidential race. But much of the national attention has been focusing on the Wisconsin primary.