MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota’s secretary of state is projecting voter turnout of 55 to 60 percent in this midterm election.

Mark Ritchie’s projection would be right in line with recent history. Nearly 56 percent of eligible voters cast a ballot four years ago.

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Turnout eight years ago, when Republican Gov. Tim Pawlenty was re-elected to a second term in a three-way race, was almost 61 percent.

Minnesota’s voter turnout typically is among the tops in the nation.

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