A collection of all of MinnPost’s Election 2020 coverage, from the presidential campaign in Minnesota down to city council races.
Plus: subject of Project Veritas video says he was offered bribe; George Floyd mural vandalized, again; nonprofit paid several repeat Democratic candidates, including CD1’s Dan Feehan, between runs; red flag fire warnings in parts of Minnesota; and more.
Plus: mail-in voting for primary was mostly on-time, error free; the Liberian immigrant running as a Republican for state Senate in St. Paul; future of Bde Maka Ska parks concession considered; and more.
Plus: Duluth police identify man who attacked WCCO photographer at Trump rally; MDH publishes data on schools with COVID-19 cases; key source for Project Veritas video appears to change story; and more.
Plus: WCCO photojournalist attacked at Trump rally; Twin Cities home construction increases; Minnesota high school winter sports approved with late start; and more.
Plus: Extensive investigation of the Lois Reiss case; no positive COVID-19 tests for the Vikings; Trump and Biden battle for Range voters; DJ with ties to Rep. Hagedorn taken off the air; 115-pound cougar killed by a vehicle in Bloomington; and more.
Plus: allegations of sexual harassment, gender discrimination at Gandhi Mahal; St. Paul extends order allowing restaurants to use public spaces for patios; Vikings close down operations after Titans players, staffers test positive for COVID-19; and more.
Plus: Minnesota’s retired leaders discuss COVID and current events; tribal nations optimistic about coronavirus response; oak wilt threatens Minnesota’s oak tree population; artist Aldo Moroni dies; and more.
Plus: South Minneapolis residents concerned about crime; NPR podcast covers Minnesota’s Dorr brothers; Penumbra Theatre receives huge grant from Ford Foundation; Rep. Omar in the Washington Post, Lizzo in Vogue; and more.
Plus: St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter reacts to the grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case; employees at The Current and Classical MPR intend to form a union; gun permits rise sharply; First Avenue gets a new star; and more.
Plus: Minnesota suburban women don’t respond well to Trump’s messaging; MPR Classical host Garrett McQueen discusses firing; St. Paul chef reunited with priceless knives; and more.
Plus: Health providers suffer data breach; Clay County sheriff doesn’t want the Floyd trials in Moorhead; CAIR-MN sues Chisago Lakes School District over bullying; Maya Moore marries Jonathan Irons; and more.