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Tune in to Facebook Live for MinnPost Live: Beyond the Horserace in 2020 at noon CT tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 10.
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We have ambitious plans for covering the 2020 election and bringing you behind-the-scenes of many competitive races across the state. But we need your help to make our 2020 election coverage happen.
Our next monthly MinnPost member ticket giveaway will start at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
As we approach the end of a big year for Minnesota news, we want to take a moment to say thank you.
A big thank you to the 253 generous donors who supported MinnPost’s nonprofit newsroom on Give to the Max Day 2019.
We want to send out a big thanks to the 157 donors who’ve given $14,180 to MinnPost throughout Give to the Max Day so far.
It’s Minnesota’s most generous day of giving! That giving is driven by a love of Minnesota and the motivation to make our state better for all. That same spirit powers MinnPost’s independent journalism.
Nonprofits around the state are gearing up for Minnesota’s most generous day of giving, and MinnPost is among them.
Our next monthly MinnPost member ticket giveaway will start at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Attendees heard from Peter Callaghan, state government reporter; Greta Kaul, data reporter; Walker Orenstein, environment and workforce reporter; and Gabe Schneider, MinnPost’s Washington correspondent.
MinnPost members and nonmembers who didn’t get tickets may add their names to the waitlist now.
Join MinnPost reporters Peter Callaghan, Walker Orenstein and Greta Kaul for the next MinnPost Social on Monday, Oct. 28, at Elsie’s from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Our next monthly MinnPost members ticket giveaway will start at 2 p.m. on October 1 and feature offers from nine partner organizations.
The goal was to inspire 150 new/renewing members during the drive, and when all was said and done, we heard from 182 generous nonprofit news supporters.
Don’t wait to donate. We need your help right now. Start off your weekend with the good feeling that you’re supporting the independent journalism that you depend on!
If you’re looking forward to catching up on next year’s legislative session, next week’s local arts and culture events, or the 2020 election, it’s no time to sit on the sidelines. The reality is, we cannot do our in-depth reporting without your support.
We asked Walker Orenstein, our environment and workforce reporter, to show us a little bit of what happened on his recent trip to Ely to report on the Twin Metals mining project.
We believe that nonprofit, nonpartisan journalism is a community asset worth fighting for. As a MinnPost reader, we hope that you believe that, too.