Minnesota Young Voters Saw Turnout Surge In 2018Minnesota saw young voters between ages 18 and 29 nearly double their election participation last fall, but there's still room for the bloc of voters to grow.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar Expected To Announce Presidential Bid On SundaySen. Amy Klobuchar is expected to announce her bid for the presidency this weekend.
Hagedorn Beats Feehan In 1st District RaceThe race was extremely close, with ballots being counted well into Wednesday morning. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Hagedorn topped Feehan by fewer than 2,000 votes.
Early Voting 'Off The Charts,' Outpacing 2016 ElectionElection officials in Minnesota say early voting in the state is “off the charts” ahead of the midterm elections, with more than 300,000 absentee ballots requested.
Why Do Campaigns Make Negative Ads?They're hard to miss -- all of the negative ads on TV. It’s not something Minnesotans are accustomed to, especially so many weeks before Election Day.
2018 Minnesota Primary: Why This Election Is So ImportantThe Minnesota Primary is one week away, and tensions are building as Republican and Democratic candidates compete to represent their party.
SCOTUS Strikes Down Minnesota's Voter Clothing LawMinnesota had defended its law as a reasonable restriction that keeps order at polling places and prevents voter intimidation.
Sheriff Loses Election To His Deputy, Fires Him Moments LaterBon Homme County Sheriff Lenny Gramkow was soundly beaten by Deputy Mark Maggs on June 5.
Ahead Of Election, Dayton Content To Be On The SidelinesAs Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton nears the end of eight years in office to cap a four-decade political career, he's content to take a back seat in the race to replace him. At least for now.
Early Voting Begins In Ramsey CountyStarting Tuesday, voters in Hennepin County can place ballots directly into counting machines as well.
Reality Check: How Many Ballots Were Illegally Cast In Minnesota?Minnesota election officials say there were only a handful of voter irregularities in last year's presidential election.
U.S. Appeals Court Rules Against 'Please ID Me' Buttons At Polling PlacesA federal appeals court ruled a Minnesota law banning political apparel at polling places does not infringe on First Amendment rights.