Friends, Neighbors Navigate Tricky Political Divide As Nation Waits For ResultsRice County split votes for President Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Voters there shared how they’re handling relationships with people that have opposing views.
Election Results Set Stage For Further Gridlock At Minnesota CapitolWith little change in the balance of power, Democrats and Republicans are likely to continue to struggle to find common ground on major issues.
Two Very Different Scenes Expected At DFL, GOP Election Night HeadquartersDemocrats believe the turnout will top the modern day record of 77% set back in 2008, and they think that is going to benefit them and power them to victory.
Monday Sees Final Push In Minnesota On Biden's And Trump's BehalfPresident Donald Trump is holding five rallies in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Joe Biden has three rallies in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Suburban Voters Hold Key To Control Of Minnesota SenateSenate Republicans are hoping their law-and-order message will help preserve and even widen their slim 35-32 majority. Senate Democrats are focusing their messaging on the accessibility and affordability of health care.
After Months Of Stalemate, Minnesota Senate Passes $1.87 Billion Bonding BillTwenty-five House Republicans crossed over Wednesday night to give the Democrats the 60% supermajority the legislation needed to pass.
$1.9 Billion Bonding Bill Passes In Minnesota HouseThe sixth time is the charm as a $1.9 billion jobs and infrastructure bonding bill passed in the Minnesota House late Wednesday night.
State Senate GOP Blames Dems For Letting Riots Escalate In New ReportThe report also blames Democrats for identifying with the causes promoted by the demonstrators, causing them to lose sight of their responsibility to protect the public from criminal acts committed during the riots.
Republican, Democratic Minnesota Candidates Hit The Road Saturday To CampaignDemocrats held metro-wide campaign events Saturday morning, and a Republican rally was scheduled in Rush City Saturday evening.
Some Turned Down To Be Election Day Poll Workers, Despite Need During COVID PandemicMinnesota's Secretary of State's Office says there's been a surge of younger voters wanting to help, but there are still certain requirements on who can be an election judge. Some poll workers can be turned away due to party affiliation.
Several Minnesota Republicans Self-Isolate Following President Trump’s Visit To StatePresident Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19 following a trip to Minnesota, prompting several Republicans who had contact with the president to go into quarantine.
Spokesperson: S.D. Gov. Kristi Noem Not In Close Contact With Trump At FundraiserSpokesman Ian Fury said Noem tested negative Tuesday night, the day before the fundraiser in the Minneapolis suburb of Shorewood. Fury said Noem “is tested regularly.”
Republicans' Portrayal Of Urban Mayhem Doesn't Always Match RealityAt almost every turn at the RNC, speakers from the president on down portrayed American cities like Portland, Oregon, New York and Chicago as lawless Democratic wastelands that have been overrun with violence, looting and destruction.
Wisconsin Republicans 'Stand Ready' To Strike Down Gov. Tony Evers' Mask MandateWisconsin Senate Republicans “stand ready” to strike down the statewide mask mandate that Democratic Gov. Tony Evers announced on Thursday, the GOP Senate leader said Friday.
State House Again Blocks Measure To Limit Walz's Ability To Declare Peacetime Emergency StateThe Minnesota House of Representatives once again rejected a measure that would have limited Gov. Tim Walz's ability to extend the peacetime state of emergency.