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What we need for our ambitious coverage of the 2018 midterm election

To bring you the kind of in-depth, no-B.S. election coverage you expect from MinnPost, we need to hear from 150 new/renewing before the Fall Member Drive ends on Sept. 21.

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More than any other in recent memory, this year’s midterm election is a doozy.

We have ambitious plans in place to bring you insights into the many competitive races all over Minnesota. Our team of talented reporters is ready to bring you the kind of in-depth, no-B.S. coverage you expect from MinnPost. But, here’s the deal: We need to hear from 150 new/renewing before the Fall Member Drive ends on Sept. 21 to make our expansive election coverage possible.

If you’re not already a member, will you help us hit that goal with a donation of any amount right now? (And if you’re already a member — especially if you’re one of the 29 who’s already donated in the first two days of the drive — thank you!)

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