The incumbents seeking re-election support the 1% hike. The remaining candidates are split.
See who’s on the ballot where you live — and where the candidates stand on several hot topics like rent control, police department spending, sales taxes and trash collection.
After grappling with “what it means to be a white man shot in the struggle for Black liberation,” Stevenson decided to run for office. If he wins, he’ll unseat a pioneering Black and trans politician.
The ACLU filed a a request to intervene on behalf of two formerly incarcerated Minnesotans who are among those whose voting rights were restored as part of a new state law.
A divided Minneapolis City Council is up for election in November, and there’s a lot at stake on issues from housing to transit to public safety.
No. Nevada has not banned the former president from the 2024 ballot, because no candidate is as yet on the state’s ballot — formal candidate filing for the 2024 presidential election will not open until October.
Yes. The candidate who carried Wisconsin in the 2020, 2016, 2004 and 2000 presidential elections won the state by less than 1 percentage point.
While AIPAC targets Omar, Congressional Black Caucus PAC endorses endorses the lawmaker
Emmer raised about $5.3 million in the first six months of this year in his personal campaign account and PACs, more money than he raised in the entire, two-year, 2021-2022 campaign cycle.
To many Democrats, it’s an unwelcome “distraction.”
Her Freedom to Vote Act includes mandating at least two weeks of in-person early voting, establishing a national standard for mail-in voting and establishing new, uniform rules for congressional redistricting aimed at ending partisan gerrymandering.
Emmer has raised $2.4 million in his personal campaign account, Omar, nearly $1.2 million and Craig $1.5 million.
Until this spring, when Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill restoring voting rights to ex-felons, Miranda Pacheco would not have been able to vote. Now, her first-ever vote will be for herself.
No. While most municipalities in France use paper ballots, not all do.
Tracking all the declared candidates.
The Legal Marijuana Now Party plans to evolve, but a new state law makes it more difficult for political parties to gain major party status.
Council members’ records on close votes help illustrate what’s at stake in November’s election, during which Minneapolis voters will choose representatives for all 13 of the city’s wards.
A proposal earlier in the legislative session called for stateside ranked choice voting in time for the 2026 election. What’s still alive now is a task force that would consider it among a variety of election issues.
Senate DFLers are touting their new proposal as more “elegant” than a House proposal to require 10% of the vote on a statewide ballot to achieve “major party” status.
Phillips, D-3rd District, the first lawmaker to call for a new generation of Democratic leadership in the White House, said Biden should be challenged.