Reality Check: Voting Irregulaties In 2016Six weeks after the turbulent presidential election, top Minnesota officials say there's no evidence of illegal voting in the state, especially the kind President-elect Donald Trump predicted.
Sec. Of State: Minn. May Lead Nation In Voter TurnoutNumbers out Wednesday show Minnesotans headed to the polls in big numbers.
Minnesota Fighting Through 'Election Fatigue'WCCO's Susie Jones reports on how some people are expressing their displeasure with both of the presidential candidates as she goes Behind the Ballot.
As Trump Casts Doubt, Officials Say Minnesota's Election Setup Is StrongMinnesota's top elections official says voters should have confidence in the state's ballot-counting system.
Tuesday Is The Last Day Minnesotans Can Pre-Register To Vote Tuesday marks the final day that voters in Minnesota can pre-register to vote. If you can’t pre-register on Tuesday, don’t worry. You can still register at your polling place on Election Day, Nov. 8.
2K Hennepin Co. Residents Have Already Voted For PresidentThis may be the day after the first presidential debate, but voter registration efforts and even voting in the presidential race are already under way in Minnesota.
Good Question: How Many Minnesotans Vote Absentee?You will be able to cast your vote for president starting Friday. Absentee ballots in Minnesota will be available either by mail or in person.
Minn.'s Secretary Of State Disputes Trump's Rigged Voting ClaimsMinnesota's top election official rejected claims Tuesday by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of a "rigged" voting system.
Veteran ID Cards Now Accepted For Same-Day Voter RegistrationSecretary of State Steve Simon announced Tuesday that Veteran Identification Cards are now acceptable photo identification documents for same-day voter registration.
Minn. High School Students To Participate In Mock ElectionMinnesota high school students will be voting for the next president of the United States.
Minnesota's 1965 Leaders Honored On 50th Anniversary Of Voting Rights ActThe Minnesota Secretary of State honored four surviving members of the Congressional delegation who came from different political parties, but share a bond. They all worked to pass the landmark Voting Rights Act to reverse decades of discrimination at the polls.
Minnesota Won't Dump Pension-Fund Holdings In Israeli BondsTop Minnesota leaders declined Wednesday to shy from pension-fund investments in Israeli bonds despite persistent and passionate appeals from a group that argues the state is improperly taking sides in the Israeli-Palestinian dispute.