On Tuesday next week — Election Day — voters in Minneapolis will head to the polls to choose a new mayor and a new city council. But the process of counting the votes and declaring a winner in the mayor’s race is likely to be a lot more complicated than in years past — that’s because of the huge number of candidates and ranked-choice voting.
Jeanne Massey of FAIRVOTEmn joins Dave.
The Eden Prarie Republican met with Mark Ritchie yesterday.
The only major awards show where fans determine the nominees and winners across categories of movies, music and television, “People’s Choice Awards”, has announced that voting is now open for the 40th annual award show.
Online Voting Coming To Minnesota?
Top Republican legislators want an independent review of Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie’s move to allow online voter registration. Four prominent GOP lawmakers accuse Ritchie of using “dubious authority” to set up the system without explicit legislative permission.
Minnesota can now register to vote from their computers or other remote devices, giving them an alternative to filling out a paper form. Secretary of State Mark Ritchie’s office announced the launch of the online voter registration system on Thursday.
On National Voter Registration Day, organizers are out trying to encourage more people to register to vote. There are still 700,000 eligible voters who haven’t registered.
Minnesota Democrats are giving up for the year on a push to change election law so people could start voting weeks before Election Day.
Emily O. Goodridge-Grey Accelerated Charter School has been told its main source of funding won’t be renewed.
A bill to open Minnesota voting booths two weeks before an election and allow voting on weekends is being aired for the first time.
Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie says Minnesota tops the nation when it comes to voters.
Gov. Scott Walker says he would sign a bill that ends same-day voter registration in Wisconsin, but he won’t make doing away with it a priority.
The hand counting of ballots from three Minneapolis precincts has wrapped up after technical printing errors caused some ballots to be un-scannable.
Minnesota voters have shot down the Voter ID amendment, but even just a few weeks ago, it had overwhelming support. So, how did this happen?