Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers To Mobilize National Guard To Serve As Poll Workers On Aug. 11Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says the Wisconsin National Guard will be assisting in the state’s primary elections next week.
Most Minnesota School Referendums Pass; St. Paul Garbage Vote A Victory For Mayor CarterThe White Bear Lake school district passed the largest school referendum in Minnesota history, at $326 million, to handle an expected surge in enrollment.
'Kids Are Our Future': Communities Prepare To Vote On School Referendums On Election DayTuesday is election day and school funding will be on the ballot in many communities around the state.
Minnesotans Are Showing Up At The Polls On Election DayAccording to the precinct's Head Judge, turnout is high, but so is turnover.
CBS News Political Director & Husband Welcome 'Election Day Baby'CBS News Political Director Caitlin Conant and her husband Alex welcomed their "Election Day baby" Tuesday morning, five minutes before polls opened.
Democrats 'Upbeat,' 'Confident' Ahead Of Election ResultsWCCO's Esme Murphy spoke with Democrats on Election Day who said they're upbeat and very confident, especially with reports of strong turnouts in DFL strongholds like the immediate Twin Cities and Duluth.
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.
Free Fries, Coffee & Beer: Election Day Deals In MinnesotaFree cookies, fries and alcohol -- plus other deals and discounts on Election Day.
What To Know Before Heading To The PollsFirst-time voters can register to vote at their polling place. All that’s needed is a photo ID and proof of address, such as a utility bill or someone who can vouch for you.
Twin Cities Restaurants Offer Election Day DiscountsIn honor of Election Day, many Twin Cities businesses are offering discounts to the public.
Poll: 1/3 Of Millennials Plan To Vote On TuesdayWe won't know what the official voter turnout will be until after the election, but if the early numbers are any indication, it could be record-breaking for the state, whether millennials show up to the polls.
Minneapolis Voters Encounter Problems With New E-Poll BooksThe city of Minneapolis rolled out new technology on Election Day, meant to make the process of voting easier and faster, but some voters encountered a few hiccups.
Officials: Twin Cities Election Results May Not Come In For DaysBoth Minneapolis and St. Paul say the results of elections will be delayed because of ranked choice voting.
Chair Martin Says Despite Some Loss, DFL Should Be ProudMinnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party Chair Ken Martin shared his thoughts on the outcome of the 2016 election.