From non-English voting materials to strong voting signage, Minneapolis elections initiatives will be valuable to other cities and states.
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Despite widespread GOP wins, one set of races remained a DFL stronghold: that of the Minneapolis and St. Paul school boards. There, all winners had the DFL's endorsement.
Like the Olympics, presidential caucuses happen every four years, so we should have enough preparatory time to get it right.
It's more clear than ever: We need real-time transparency of political spending so the public can know what political allegiances and alliances candidates hold.
A year before the next election, parties are flirting with American-style campaigns.
When voters have more than one preference to express, candidates must work to appeal to a much broader pool of voters.
RCV achieves what traditional two-round elections do — in one cost-effective trip to the polls.
Russia suspended Golos, which exposed electoral fraud in 2011, and now appears to be blocking the group's efforts to relaunch ahead of the September vote.
The hand count of 800,000 ballots was prompted by an election board's declaration that Gov. Elmer L. Andersen had received 142 more votes than Lt. Gov. Karl Rolvaag.
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