More Minnesotans Voted By Mail In 2020 Primary Than All Votes Total In 2016 PrimaryThe pandemic didn't slow down Tuesday night's Primary Election results, but it did impact the way people vote.
National Register To Vote Day Visits College CampusesFour million Minnesotans are eligible to vote in the upcoming mid-term elections.
Want To Vote In The Minnesota Caucuses? Here's What You Need To KnowBoth parties in Minnesota hold their caucus on the same day as 12 other states -- Super Tuesday. Here's a quick rundown of what you need to know if you want to take part:
Voters In Koochiching Co. Replace Rep. Dill With DFL CandidateVoters in northeastern Minnesota have chosen a Koochiching County commissioner to replace the late state Rep. David Dill.
Independence Party Demoted To Minor-Party Status In MNThe Independence Party is less mighty in the eyes of the state of Minnesota. The secretary of state's office formally informed the party's leader in a letter Tuesday that it has been downgraded from major- to minor-party status.
Minnesota Voter Turnout Projection: 55-60 PercentMinnesota's secretary of state is projecting voter turnout of 55 to 60 percent in this midterm election. Mark Ritchie's projection would be right in line with recent history. Nearly 56 percent of eligible voters cast a ballot four years ago.
Use Of Address Confidentiality Program GrowsThe number of crime victims using Minnesota's address confidentiality program has grown steadily since it began nearly seven years ago. The program allows victims to use a substitute address to prevent abusers, stalkers and other perpetrators from knowing where they live.
Good Question: What Does It Take To Be A Nonprofit?When you think of nonprofits, homeless shelters or food shelves might come to mind. But during the Super Bowl, many of you wondered why the NFL is considered a nonprofit, too. You emailed us wondering: What does it take to be a nonprofit?