Angie Craig Tops Jason Lewis For 2nd District SeatIn a rematch between Democrat Angie Craig and Republican Jason Lewis, Craig secured the 2nd Congressional District seat.
Pete Stauber Defeats Joe Radinovich To Win Minnesota's 8thPete Stauber held off Joe Radinovich to take Minnesota's 8th Congressional District.
Ilhan Omar Defeats Jennifer Zielinski In Minnesota's 5th District RaceIn a seat that has historically been held by Democrats, Ilhan Omar (D) won the bid for the state's 5th Congressional District, defeating Jennifer Zielinski (R).
Minnesota's 8th Part Of The National Spotlight TonightAt Bay View elementary school in Duluth, the election judge says turn out is at 50 percent -- while a typical midterm brings in 30 to 35 percent.
More Than 615K Absentee, Mail-In Ballots Received In MNMinneapolis estimates nearly 70,000 voters have cast their ballots as of noon, and more than 51,000 Minneapolis voters cast early ballots.
Minnesota's Candidates Tweet Their Election Day ActivitiesOn social media, many of Minnesota's candidates in major races shared messages about the importance of voting.
Minnesota's Midterms Could Come Down To Single-Digit Races"The closes I remember was one vote," Kurt Daudt said. "If people think their vote won't matter, this is one of those elections where your vote does matter. You do need to get out and vote."
Early Voting Continues Brisk Pace In MinnesotaEarly voting is shattering records in Hennepin County and across the state for a midterm election. Statewide early voting turnout is up 145 percent compared to the 2014 midterm election.
Voters Receiving Unsolicited Absentee Ballot ApplicationsAbsentee voting by mail and in person in Minnesota began a week ago last Friday. But some voters are getting applications in the mail for absentee ballots they never asked for.
Paulsen Ad Quotes WCCO's Pat Kessler Out Of ContextPaulsen's ad Paulsen is generating a lot of comments from WCCO's viewers, and questions about whether the ad is legal.
Election-Year Spending Looks To Break Minnesota's RecordTwo years ago, in the 2016 election, spending topped $47 million. This year, it appears we'll easily blow past that number.