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.
Want To Vote Over The Weekend? Here’s HowFor Minnesotans looking to cast a ballot in the midterm elections over the weekend, early in-person voting is available.
North Dakota Tribes Scramble To Clear Voter ID HurdleThe stricter voter ID rules are taking effect for the first time after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier this month allowed the state to require street addresses, as opposed to other addresses such as post office boxes. Now tribes are scrambling to make sure everyone on the reservation can vote in the November election, which includes a race that could help determine control of the U.S. Senate.
More Than 30,000 Ballots Already Received, Accepted In Hennepin CountyThere’s 22 days until the midterm elections, and already more than 30,000 ballots have been accepted and received in Minnesota’s most populous county.
National Register To Vote Day Visits College CampusesFour million Minnesotans are eligible to vote in the upcoming mid-term elections.
Absentee Voting For Midterm Election Available FridayEligible voters in Hennepin County will be allowed to cast their absentee ballots beginning Friday.
$30 Million Devoted To Efforts To Energize Young VotersDemocrats know who their voters are. They just have to figure out how to get them to the polls in November — and that's where the puppies come in.
Saturday Early Voting Hours Begin In MinneapolisThe Early Vote Center, which is located at 217 3rd St. S., was open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
If They Vote, Millennials Could Have A Big Impact On The 2018 ElectionNovember's election is projected to be the country's first in which there are more millennials eligible to vote than baby boomers.
Supreme Court Asked To Iron Out Polling Place Clothing DisputeA "Make America Great Again" hat. A tea party T-shirt. A MoveOn.org button. Wear any one of those items to vote in Minnesota, and a poll worker will likely ask you to remove it or cover it up.