Good Question: How Exactly Is Your Vote Counted?Whether you voted by mail or in person this year, all ballots end up the same place. So what happens once they're sent into the machine?
'It's Pretty Electric Out There On All Sides': Anxiety High Over Mail-In Ballots Arriving After Election DayTo date, more than 2 million absentee ballots have been requested in Minnesota. Of those, 1.7 million have already been returned, leaving more than 338,000 still outstanding.
Talking Points: What Will Happen To Minnesota's Absentee Ballots That Come In After Election Day?Last week's ruling by the 8th District Circuit Court means that absentee ballots must be returned by 3 p.m. on election day, or voters can vote in person until 8 p.m. when the polls close.
What Absentee Voters Should Do If Their Ballots Have Already Been MailedGov. Tim Walz and Secretary of State Steve Simon recommend voting in person early or on Election Day, or dropping off mail-in ballots in person.
Appeals Court: MN Absentee Ballots Received After Election Day Must Be SeparatedThe decision is likely to create voter confusion, with people who haven't returned their absentee ballots scrambling to make sure their votes count.
Talking Points: Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon Weighs In On Absentee VotingNearly 1.2 million Minnesotans have already cast their ballots - that is about 1/3 of the expected number that will be cast.
New Accessibility Resources Available For Minnesota Voters With DisabilitiesMinnesota voters with disabilities now have more tools to help them cast their ballots.
See How Absentee Ballots Are Being Counted In MinnesotaIt's less than two weeks until Election Day, but many Minnesotans have already voted absentee and mail-in. Sixty percent of all requested absentee ballots in Ramsey County have already been returned.
How Are Absentee Ballots Counted?The Minnesota Secretary of State is reporting that more than 900,000 Minnesotans have already cast their ballots.
A Closer Look At Minnesota's Atypical ElectionAfter enduring months of bitter and polarizing political campaigning, Minnesotans eager for the finish line with next month's election may have to wait just a few days more.
Wisconsin Absentee Ballots Case May Be Headed To US Supreme CourtDemocrats and their allies said Tuesday they will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether absentee ballots in battleground Wisconsin that are received up to six days after the election can be counted — a move being fought by Republicans who have opposed other attempts across the country to expand voting.