'The Pressure Was On': Minnesota 1st In Voter Turnout For 2nd Straight ElectionMore than 3.3 million Minnesota voters cast ballots in 2018. That's a 64.3 percent turnout -- the highest in the nation for the second election in a row. "The only thing tougher than getting to No. 1 is staying No. 1," Secretary of State Steve Simon said. "We knew the pressure was on, and Minnesota really came through."
Steve Simon Wins Race For Secretary Of StateSteve Simon will keep his title as Secretary of State after defeating Republican John Howe, according to projections from The Associated Press.
Minnesotans Have Already Cast 500,000 Ballots In The Midterm ElectionsState election officials say Minnesotans have already cast well more than 500,000 ballots in the midterm elections.
Early Voting Continues Brisk Pace In MinnesotaEarly voting is shattering records in Hennepin County and across the state for a midterm election. Statewide early voting turnout is up 145 percent compared to the 2014 midterm election.
Steve Simon: 2018 Election GuideWCCO reached out to all candidates running in major Minnesota races this year.
MN Sec. Of State Testifies On Minnesota Election SecurityThe security of the upcoming 2018 elections is the focus of a group of secretaries of state and cyber-security experts.
Secretary Of State Calls For Lawmakers To Free Up Election Security FundingMinnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon and other elections officials are calling on the Legislature to free up federal funds for election security.
Minn. Secretary Of State Gets 'Secret' Clearance To Fight Election HackingMinnesota's chief elections officer says he has been working closely with the Department of Homeland Security to protect the integrity of the state's balloting process from outside attackers.
Reality Check: Voter Fraud In MinnesotaPresident Trump claims 3 million to 5 million people voted illegally in the election that he won, but the arithmetic doesn't support that.
Minnesota Secretary Of State's WebsiteYou can find information on voting, election results and more at the Secretary of State's Office's website.
Facebook Investigating Fake Russian Accounts' Posts From 2016 ElectionThe company says it has detected that some accounts spent $100,000 on at least 3,000 ads, mostly on divisive issues.