Despite Early Voting, Minnesotans Head To Polls In Big NumbersMinnesotans are proud to say they lead the nation in turnout, and a change in state law meant some people voted early instead of waiting for Election Day.
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.
What To Expect As Voters Hit The Polls For Election DayThe polls are open and ballots are being cast across the state Tuesday as political candidates wait to see if they'll be voted into office. According to the Pew Research Center, voter turnout is typically lower for the midterm elections, but Minneapolis election official Anissa Hollingshead said that’s not always the case here.
Minn. Primary Turnout Topped 10 Percent -- Barely Certified results from last week's Minnesota primary show just more than 10 percent of the state's eligible voters cast ballots. The turnout figure was announced at Tuesday's meeting of the state canvassing board.
Reality Check: Voter Turnout Expected To Be Low In Primary ElectionMinnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie is estimating a low turnout for Tuesday's statewide primary election. Out of 3.1 million Minnesota voters, only 10-15 percent will turn out, according to Ritchie.
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MN Known For High Voter Turnout, But 700,000 Not RegisteredOn National Voter Registration Day, organizers are out trying to encourage more people to register to vote. There are still 700,000 eligible voters who haven't registered.
State: Minn. Voter Turnout At 76 Percent Minnesota officials say turnout in Tuesday's election was about 76 percent of eligible voters.

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