Coronavirus In Wisconsin: 7 COVID-19 Cases Appear Related To In-Person VotingHealth officials in Wisconsin said they have identified at least seven people who appear to have contracted COVID-19 from participating in the April 7 election.
Minnesota DFL Sen. Carlson Calling For Alternatives To In-Person Voting Due To COVID-19 DangersMinnesota DFL Sen. Jim Carlson is calling for alternatives to in-person voting that can guarantee Minnesotans their "fundamental right to a free and fair election."
Coronavirus In Wisconsin: Gov. Evers Calls For Primary's Postponement, Allowing Home VotingSeveral Wisconsin mayors are asking state health officials to shut down Tuesday's primary polling stations.
"Exercising My Right As A Citizen:" St. Cloud State Students Cast Their First Votes In A Presidential ElectionAs Super Tuesday quickly progresses, young voters are heading to the polls.
University Of Minnesota Students Feel Motivated To Vote On Super TuesdayMinnesota consistently has the best voter turnout in the country and is seeing a recent uptick in youth voter numbers.
Minnesota Opens Early Voting In Presidential Primary Minnesota voters on Friday became some of the first in the country to cast ballots in the presidential primaries as early voting began for the state's Super Tuesday contest.
'Kids Are Our Future': Communities Prepare To Vote On School Referendums On Election DayTuesday is election day and school funding will be on the ballot in many communities around the state.
Wisconsin Voters Who Moved Will Have Longer To Fix RegistrationVoters who appear to have moved will still receive a postcard, likely in late August, saying that state records indicate they have moved.
Minnesota Young Voters Saw Turnout Surge In 2018Minnesota saw young voters between ages 18 and 29 nearly double their election participation last fall, but there's still room for the bloc of voters to grow.
What To Know Before Heading To The PollsFirst-time voters can register to vote at their polling place. All that’s needed is a photo ID and proof of address, such as a utility bill or someone who can vouch for you.
Where Did 'I Voted' Stickers Come From?They're now just a part of voting -- those little red stickers we wear to show everyone we did our civic duty.