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Watch for MinnPost’s live election coverage

Updates from reporters in the field, real-time results dashboard, and more.

MinnPost journalists will be following developments closely on Election Day, providing coverage of the latest voting results and political news late into the evening.

With the help of other MinnPost reporters, Joe Kimball will provide readers with frequently updated reports Election Night on all the major races in the state as well as the voting on two proposed constitutional amendments. Washington correspondent Devin Henry will keep his eye on national races as well, reporting on the latest developments in the battle to control Congress.

MinnPost has also created an interactive election dashboard that will display live election results from the Secretary of State throughout Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. The application is built responsively to work on your tablet or mobile device — wherever you happen to be on Election Night. Bookmark the link now, and watch for live data to appear starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday:

During the day, an open thread will be available for readers to share their voting experiences and report from polling places around the state. After polls close, readers can continue the conversation around political news and results.

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And on the day after the election, MinnPost’s political reporters — Eric Black, Doug Grow, James Nord, Cyndy Brucato, Beth Hawkins and others — will analyze the voting and sort out what Tuesday’s election means for our state and the nation.