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Just three weeks into my new job as editor of MinnPost, D.C. correspondent Ana Radelat called me with some news.
Come November, Minnesotans will be voting on all 201 seats in the Legislature, four statewide offices and the eight congressional districts in the state.
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The Minnesota state primary, the State Fair and Labor Day are now behind us, which can mean only one thing around MinnPost…
Election Day is less than two months away.
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MinnPost’s newsroom leadership transition is now complete with data journalist Greta Kaul’s promotion from reporter to associate editor.
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Regularly, people would gather around the griot and he, she or they would pass down the stories, histories and customs of the village communities.
Ibrahim will primarily cover environment, education and public safety.
We’re planning to crisscross the state to bring smart, tough, in-depth coverage to all readers on our paywall-free site.
What makes essential election reporting possible?
During the extensive search process, Elizabeth showed a deep understanding of the vital role journalism plays in Minnesota’s civic health and the strengths and opportunities MinnPost has to further establish itself as an essential community asset.
Tanner Curl, MinnPost’s executive director, has been selected by the Institute of Nonprofit News (INN) for a cohort of 15 up-and-coming leaders in the field.
After a member pre-sale, tickets to this event are now available to non-members for $10 each.
Radelat comes to MinnPost with more than 20 years of D.C. reporting experience.