U Of M Recognized For Highest-In-Nation 2018 Midterm TurnoutUniversity of Minnesota students came out to vote in the highest numbers of any large public university.
Coin Toss Decides Maplewood City Council Race, But Recount PossibleIf there was ever an example that every vote counts, it was Tuesday night in Maplewood. Two candidates running for city council tied, and a coin toss decided who won the seat -- but it's not over yet.
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.
Trump: Erik Paulsen ‘Didn’t Feel The Embrace’Erik Paulsen will no longer represent Minnesota’s 3rd Congressional District after losing Tuesday’s midterm election to Dean Phillips.
Minnesota Midterm Voter Turnout Highest Since 2002According to preliminary estimates from the Secretary of State's Office, nearly 2.6 million Minnesotans voted in-person on Tuesday or by absentee ballot.
Tina Smith Beats Karin Housley In U.S. Senate Special ElectionIn one of the more hotly-contested races to receive national attention, Democratic Sen. Tina Smith has defeated Republican Karin Housley to retain that seat in the U.S. Senate, as called by CBS News.
Betty McCollum Claims Victory In Minnesota's 4th DistrictBetty McCollum (D-Incumbent) won the state's 4th Congressional District seat, defeating Greg Ryan (R).
Minnesotans Are Showing Up At The Polls On Election DayAccording to the precinct's Head Judge, turnout is high, but so is turnover.
VoteCast: Minnesota Voters Say Nation Headed Wrong WayHealth care was the top issue cited by Minnesota voters in the midterm election and most believe the country is headed in the wrong direction, according to a wide-ranging survey of the American electorate.
Republicans Believe Tuesday Night Will Be Big For GOPRepublicans at the GOP headquarters in Bloomington are feeling the momentum and believe Tuesday will be a big night for the GOP.
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.
Where Did 'I Voted' Stickers Come From?They're now just a part of voting -- those little red stickers we wear to show everyone we did our civic duty.
Candidates Make Final Push For Votes On Election EveMinnesota candidates up and down the ballot are making their final pitches to voters on the eve of Election Day.
Smith, Housley Hold Final Debate Before Midterm ElectionsDemocrat Tina Smith and Republican Karin Housley faced off for the last time before the election on Tuesday.
Candidates Make Last Push As Thousands Continue To Cast Early VotesFrom Lakeville to Plymouth, it was an all-out campaign blitz across the state of Minnesota on Saturday.