A Closer Look At Minnesota's Atypical ElectionAfter enduring months of bitter and polarizing political campaigning, Minnesotans eager for the finish line with next month's election may have to wait just a few days more.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren To Visit Minnesota SundaySen. Elizabeth Warren plans to travel to Minnesota Sunday to speak with voters just weeks ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
Wisconsin Still Needs Poll Workers In 50 Municipalities Amid COVID SurgeOnly about 180 poll workers out of roughly 30,000 are still needed to staff polling places in battleground Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules GOP Can Appeal Absentee Ballot Extension CaseRepublican legislators have the legal standing to appeal a federal ruling extending the deadline for counting absentee ballots in the presidential battleground state of Wisconsin, the state's conservative-leaning Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Wisconsin Judge Delays Decision On Collecting Absentee Ballots In City ParksA Dane County judge decided Friday to hold off on declaring whether Madison officials can legally collect absentee ballots in city parks.
Washington Co. Among Top 10 US Counties To Watch On Election DayRoughly 100 million people are expected to watch Tuesday's first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.
Wisconsin Voter Purge Case Heads To State Supreme CourtThe Wisconsin Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments Tuesday in a case that could result in the purging of about 130,000 people from voter rolls in the hotly contested battleground state.
Judge Won't Rule Before Election Day On Lawsuit Over Use Of Wisconsin Student IDs To VoteA federal judge said Wednesday that he won't rule before the election on a lawsuit that challenged a state law requiring college student IDs to have an expiration date in order for them to be used as a voter's ID.
Judge Extends Wisconsin Absentee Ballot Cutoff To 6 Days After ElectionA federal judge ruled Monday that absentee ballots in battleground Wisconsin can be counted up to six days after the Nov. 3 presidential election as long as they are postmarked by Election Day.
Some Minnesotans Embrace Long Lines To Get Their Ballots In As Early Voting BeginsToday is the first day for early voters to cast their ballots in Minnesota, and some were willing to wait for an hour to vote.
What Are Common Mistakes With Mail-In Ballots?While the vast majority of Minnesotans have historically had no problems with casting their ballots through the mail, 2% of the absentee ballots in the August primary were rejected at first.