The Challenges Of Voting For Aging Wis. ResidentsAging Wisconsin voters are facing transportation and identification challenges as they look to vote on Election Day.
Hennepin County Expects To Count 150,000 Absentee BallotsElection Day is less than a week away, but thousands of Minnesotans have already cast their ballots.
More Than 400,000 Ballots Already Cast In MinnesotaNearly 416,000 Minnesota residents have already cast their ballots for next week's election.
Voting Machines Tested In Mpls. Ahead Of Election DayWith just one week to go before Election Day, Minneapolis officials showed voters Tuesday a test of the city's voting machines.
More Than Half A Million Votes Already Cast In WisconsinMore than half a million voters have cast early absentee ballots in Wisconsin.
Minnesota Sees Huge Increase In Early VotingNine days ahead of the election and more than a quarter of a million Minnesotans have already cast their ballot.
Good Question: Why Don't People Vote?In 2012, 52 percent of American adults voted. That means almost half of people over age 18 didn’t cast a ballot during the last presidential election.
Justin Timberlake's Ballot Selfie Is Illegal In WisconsinNow even Justin Timberlake has been forced to deal with the question of whether a ballot selfie is legal. Timberlake flew from California to Tennessee to vote early this week, but his posting of an image of himself at the voting booth on Instagram on Monday drew questions about whether he was breaking the law.
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.
Judge: Wis. Residents Who Lack ID Can Vote In NovemberA federal judge has issued an order allowing Wisconsin residents who lack photo identification to vote in November.
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.
Political Historian: New Wis. Voting Laws Are DiscriminatoryRecent Wisconsin laws limiting voting hours and requiring people to present photo identification at the polls, taken together, amount to state-sponsored discrimination, a political historian testified Tuesday in federal court.