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2018 Election Central: A pretty exhaustive assemblage of MinnPost’s campaign coverage

There’s a lot to keep track of this year — let MinnPost be your guide.

With a race for governor, two U.S. Senate races, four nationally watched U.S. House races, 134 Minnesota House races, a state Senate special election, county races, school board races, and all kinds of city and school questions on the ballot this fall, there’s a lot to keep track of in this year’s election.

Luckily for you, MinnPost has been keeping tabs on all things electoral for the past two years. Below, we’ve collected our best coverage for you to review — whether you need to brush up before voting day or just want to relive the good times. We’ll keep this page updated through Election Day.

First, here are some projects that give more general overviews of some of the big races:

Election 2018: Who’s running?

Short descriptions of Minnesota’s statewide and congressional races and short candidate bios.

Who’s running for the Legislature?

List of candidates for all 134 Minnesota House races and one Senate special election, along with election results from 2016.

Campaign Finance Dashboard

Fundraising totals and cash on hand for Minnesota’s congressional candidates, governor and attorney general. Updated after each filing deadline.

Stories by office

If you’re looking for more details, we’ve collected all our stories about specific races below, organized by office. For a list of stories organized by topic, see Stories by issue.

Other election stories

Stories by issue