MinnPost’s journalism isn’t just a play-by-play report of what politicians are doing. And it’s not he-said she-said sensational storytelling either.
Inside MinnPost is the place for MinnPost staff to talk about what’s going on in our enterprise. We aim to engage in a conversation with our readers, with current and prospective members, and others interested in our grand experiment in high-quality, not-for-profit local journalism.
Journalism is critical to democracy and to making Minnesota stronger.
Registration is now open for the free virtual event, which will be held at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 13.
That’s because we believe that supporting independent journalism is a key way to make a difference in our community on this philanthropic day.
Over 300 MinnPost readers donated in support of independent, local news on Give to the Max Day 2022.
If we hear from 300 donors by midnight tonight, we’ll unlock $3,100 from the MinnPost Board Challenge Fund.
MinnPost isn’t here to give you a play-by-play of every candidate blunder or mean tweet. Instead, we’re looking into the critical issues and how election outcomes might affect life in our state.
Find out more about the MinnPost/Embold Research poll being released this week and other 2022 election stories we’re following.
The pre-game chat takes place Wednesday at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Participation is free, but registration is required.
Join Peter Callaghan and Walker Orenstein in conversation with MinnPost editor Elizabeth Dunbar for the next MinnPost Social on Monday, October 17, at 5:30 p.m at The Haralson Room at Minneapolis Cider Company.
We’re reaching out to voters in the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota to find out what’s on their minds and to bring nuance to our understanding of the urban-rural divide we often hear about in election years.
MinnPost serves as a trusted guide for Minnesotans exploring the issues and challenges facing our state.
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.
With context and insight, our writers take you beyond horse race, partisan coverage and serve as trusted guides to the critical issues and challenges facing Minnesota.
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.
All MinnPost members at the Gold level and above are eligible to enter this month’s ticket giveaway.
“Engaging readers in helping shape local journalism is one of the best trends that’s reached local news organizations around the country.”
Registration is now open for the free virtual event, which will be held at 5 p.m. Wednesday, August 31.