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Livestream MinnPost’s 2020 election preview

Tune in to Facebook Live for MinnPost Live: Beyond the Horserace in 2020 at noon CT tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 10.

Do you want to learn more about MinnPost’s plan for 2020 election coverage? Tune in to Facebook Live for MinnPost Live: Beyond the Horserace in 2020 at noon CT tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 10. Hear directly from the reporters at MinnPost HQ. Participating journalists:

    • Andy Putz, Editor
    • Gabe Schneider, Washington Correspondent
    • Peter Callaghan, State Government Reporter
    • Walker Orenstein, Environment & Workforce Reporter
    • Greta Kaul, Data Reporter

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