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Did Bias Pass ISD 833’s $96Million Bond? Will It Be Up To A Judge...

Did bias play a role in the determination of the ISD 833 Question 2 Bond passing? During the Canvassing Board meeting, a minor dust-up occurred...

Is Benson-Staebler a Stable Conservative Vote?

David Benson-Staebler is seeking the Republican endorsement in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District (CD2), but several conservatives have questioned whether or not he is actually a Republican.

$3.2 billion in borrowing requests around the state

Leiglslators are currently touring the state and taking a look at some of the $3.4 billion in current requests for your tax dollars. Take a closer look.

UPDATE: Canvassing Board Passes $96 Million Dollar Bond Question by Five Votes

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 Cottage Grove, Minnesota The South Washington County District 833 Question Two Recount Canvassing Board met at the District Service Center Wednesday morning...

A special legislative session? Really?

While Minnesotans get ready for the holiday weekend, Governor Dayton is still talking about holding a special legislative session prior to the March 8, 2016 start date of the regular session. Why?

Minnesota Student Association Passes 9/11 Commemoration

The Minnesota Student Association voted to have a commemorative event on the anniversary of the attacks on September 11th after facing weeks of national criticism for originally voting against it.

Challenged Ballots May Defeat $96 Million Bond

According to an email sent late Tuesday (Nov. 24, 2015) by Attorney Erick Kaardal to the members of the ISD 833 referendum Question 2 recount...

A Side-By-Side Comparison of Minnesota’s Congressional Candidates

Alpha News offers a side-by-side comparison of the candidates running in Minnesota's 2nd Congressional District.

Ellison pushes “Sick and Safe Time” for Minneapolis businesses

Politicians and activist organizations continue the push for mandated sick leave in Minneapolis. The city has a committee to consider issue as well as a $150,000 commission to study a minimum wage hike that could go as high as $15 per hour.

19 Challenged Ballots, No’s Gain 2, Yes Gain 1 – SWC 833 Question 2...

South Washington County School District 833 recounted the ballot question #2 votes on Friday resulting in the "yes" votes gaining one, the "No" votes gaining two, and 19 challenged ballots going to the Canvassing Board on Wed., Nov. 25.