Over 300 MinnPost readers donated in support of independent, local news on Give to the Max Day 2022.
MinnPost isn’t here to give you a play-by-play of every candidate blunder or mean tweet. Instead, we’re looking into the critical issues and how election outcomes might affect life in our state.
Come November, Minnesotans will be voting on all 201 seats in the Legislature, four statewide offices and the eight congressional districts in the state.
“Engaging readers in helping shape local journalism is one of the best trends that’s reached local news organizations around the country.”
After a member pre-sale, tickets to this event are now available to non-members for $10 each.
It’s been two years since the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in Minnesota. In that time, the MinnPost newsroom has been hard at work bringing you the essential coverage you need to make sense of a trying time.
We’ve had quite a year covering civic and cultural life in Minnesota and making sure readers understand how important issues affect their everyday lives. This work would not have been possible without generous reader support.
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We have a $3,000 Giving Tuesday match thanks to the generosity of Joel & Laurie Kramer.
We raised a total of $25,890 from 353 MinnPost readers on Give to the Max Day 2021.
Our goal is to raise $20,000 today, and we have $10,000 in matching funds plus a $5,000 challenge grant!
Throughout the pandemic, MinnPost has continued to be your source of essential Minnesota news, and not just on COVID-19.