With 1 Week To Election Day, Both Parties Look To Secure Women's VoteIt's just one week until election day. And polls across the country are reflecting one of the largest gender gaps heading into an election in history.
New Accessibility Resources Available For Minnesota Voters With DisabilitiesMinnesota voters with disabilities now have more tools to help them cast their ballots.
Black Churches Mobilizing Voters Despite COVID-19 ChallengesFor the Rev. Jimmy Gates Sr., the 2008 presidential election year was one to remember — and not just because it yielded a historic result as the nation elected its first Black president.
CBS News Projection: Joe Biden Racking Up Key Wins On Super TuesdayThe polls have closed in all but two of the 14 Super Tuesday states. CBS News projects Joe Biden picked up early wins in Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee and Oklahoma. CBS News projects Bernie Sanders will win his home state of Vermont and Colorado.
The Challenges Of Voting For Aging Wis. ResidentsAging Wisconsin voters are facing transportation and identification challenges as they look to vote on Election Day.
Early Voting Smashes Records In MinnesotaOfficials in Hennepin County say that 56,000 voters have already had their ballots accepted for the upcoming presidential election.
Clinton To Iowa Supporters: 'I Need You'National polls notwithstanding, Hillary Clinton is guarding against complacency as she travels along the snow-covered fields of Iowa.
Results Starting To Come In From Tuesday's Election DayThe results are starting to come in. It was Election Day in Minnesota Tuesday, and while it was an off-year around 100 school districts had levies that were being voted on.
Ritchie Reflects On 8 Eventful Years As Secretary Of StateThe final election results are in: Minnesota had its lowest voter turnout since 1986. The state canvassing board officially certified the 2014 voter turnout at 50.5 percent. It's one of the last official acts for Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.
Minnesota Voters Turn In Lowest Turnout Since 1986The fall election produced Minnesota's lowest voter turnout since 1986, according to results certified Tuesday. Final figures for this November's election put participation at 50.5 percent of eligible voters. That's the smallest percentage since 48 percent voted in the 1986 election.
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.
4 Things To Know: Election Day EditionDo you have some last minute questions before heading to the polls? Here are four things you need to know before heading out the door.
Behind The Ballot: 70/30 Law Up To Mpls. VotersMinneapolis restaurant owners hope voters will get rid of a law they say is keeping them from moving forward. The 70/30 Law is affecting restaurant owners like Molly Broder. "I have Broders' Cucina Italiana, that's our deli, I have Broders' Pasta Bar and Terzo Vino Bar," Broder said.
Minnesota Candidates Scrounge For Late VotesThe leading candidates for Minnesota's top offices are spending the final campaign weekend giving pep talks to the party faithful knocking on doors and calling persuadable voters. Democratic Sen. Al Franken told canvassers in a St. Paul suburb that races are "won at the door" and says his 312-vote win six years ago proves nothing can be taken for granted.