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For some kinds of donors, it can pay to play both sides.
Democratic groups focused their spending on the governor and attorney general races, both of which were won by DFLers.
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Going blue in 11 straight presidential elections is the beginning of an argument that Minnesota should be considered a pretty darn blue state, certainly in national elections.
Hutchinson talks about his plans for taking over the office, why he thinks he won and what he’s heard from his opponent Rich Stanek.
After the 2018 election, there’s just one piece missing in the GOP takeover of rural Minnesota: CD7.
The candidates who populate the new Democratic majority are hardly all the same kind of Democrat.
Bruce Township property owners: plan to keep your roadsides free of rocks larger than five inches.
In both the governor and attorney general race, suburban voters put DFLers over the top.
Five things we know — or think we know — in the wake of Tuesday’s voting.
Stanek’s campaign said it wouldn’t comment on Tuesday’s election until the group in charge of certifying county results, the Hennepin County Canvassing Board, reviews the vote totals at a meeting next Tuesday morning.
Moreover, what the election demonstrated was how Minnesota served as a microcosm of national politics.
Democrats needed to win 11 seats from the GOP to take control of the House. They took 18.
Democratic challengers flipped CD2 and CD3, while Republican Pete Stauber looked set to win CD8. Meanwhile, the First District race was too close to call.
In Minnesota, you’ve got to sign up if you want your write-in campaign for state, federal and county offices to count.
A Senate special election puts both chambers in play this year.
DFL activists made it clear from the beginning of campaign season that local elections in the Twin Cities metro would be different this year.
Control of Congress doesn’t hinge on Minnesota’s contested House districts, but it depends on districts like them across the country.