Gov. Walker Signs 3 Bills Into Law Weakening Incoming Governor's PowersSince his loss to Tony Evers in November, Scott Walker has not said what he plans to do. His term ends on Jan. 7.
Dan Feehan Concedes To Jim Hagedorn In Minnesota's 1st DistrictThe race was one of the few in which a Republican won a House seat held by a Democrat.
House Democrats Prepare To Take The Reins As Balance Of Power ShiftsDemocrats ended their eight year minority by picking off Republicans in urban and suburban swing districts that Hillary Clinton won in 2016.
Julie Blaha Declared Winner In State Auditor RaceJulie Blaha has won the race for Minnesota's state auditor, fending off Pam Myhra, according to projections from the Associated Press.
DFL Poised To Take Control Of Minnesota HouseMinnesota House Speaker Daudt conceded Republicans will lose control of state House as Democrats swept the suburbs.
Pete Stauber Defeats Joe Radinovich To Win Minnesota's 8thPete Stauber held off Joe Radinovich to take Minnesota's 8th Congressional District.
Republicans Retain Control Of U.S. SenateMeanwhile, Democrats are gaining ground in their fight for control of the House, picking up key seats in Florida, Pennsylvania and Minnesota.
Klobuchar Defeats Newberger In. U.S. Senate RaceAmy Klobuchar, Minnesota’s senior U.S. Senator, was expected to easily maintain the seat she’s held for over 11 years.
Minnesota's 8th Part Of The National Spotlight TonightAt Bay View elementary school in Duluth, the election judge says turn out is at 50 percent -- while a typical midterm brings in 30 to 35 percent.
Reality Check: Both Parties Release Misleading 'Closing Argument' Political AdsWith less than a week until the election, Republicans and Democrats are making closing arguments on the airwaves. But many of the campaign commercials are misleading.
Outside Money Floods Into Statewide, Legislative Races In Minn.Outside political groups are flooding the airwaves in Minnesota's statewide and local legislative races.
Following The Dark Money In Minnesota's 2018 Campaign SpendingDark money from outside groups is pouring into Minnesota in support of state politics this year. A new University of Minnesota study finds independent spending is already in the millions of dollars, and rising.
Election-Year Spending Looks To Break Minnesota's RecordTwo years ago, in the 2016 election, spending topped $47 million. This year, it appears we'll easily blow past that number.
Housley's New Ad Features NHL Hall Of Famer HusbandA Suffolk University poll last month showed Tina Smith with a 7-point lead in the race.
White House Flags Back At Full Staff After McCain's DeathThe flags at the U.S. Capitol, meanwhile, remained at half-staff on Monday.