“Minnesota, in many ways, was emblematic of what happened across the nation this election,” said Matt Walter, president of the Republican State Leadership Committee.
It’s time our candidates and parties thought about those voters who don’t vote and asked themselves why. And it’s time our media did the same.
Republicans entered 2014 with considerably more pick-up opportunities than the Democrats, but it will be the reverse in 2016.
Next month, Monserrate will leave the MPS board after a single term — an experience that caused him to become skeptical that a sprawling institution like Minneapolis Public Schools can be turned around.
The Minnesota Secretary of State's office calculated the turnout rates, based on votes in the election and the Census Department's survey of voting age population in each county.
Constitution Party candidate Tim Utz paid for a partial recount in the House 41B race to validate the results. He still lost.
The expected defeat of Mary Landrieu will complete the 64-year conversion of the South from solid blue to red.
Fresh off his failed gubernatorial bid, Honor is working on several initiatives that suggest he’s holding open the possibility of another run.
RCV puts more choice and power into the hands of voters to decide who represents them.
Tim Utz, the Constitution Party candidate got 13 percent of the vote in the House 41B race, won by DFLer Carolyn Laine, the incumbent. He asked for the recount — and will pay for it.
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