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Kaufman: Voting in person is safe and smart

Whether in Chicago or Laramie, COVID-19 concerns have led to increased support for mail-in voting.  Expecting a surge, many officials already mailed out absentee ballots, and more than half...

Minnesota Supreme Court to review voting requirements relaxed amid COVID-19 pandemic

The Minnesota Supreme Court will accelerate its consideration of a voting requirement that was waived because of the coronavirus pandemic. In early August, a Ramsey...

Minneapolis is sued over stacking ballot boards

In Minneapolis, absentee ballot review boards are being stacked with bureaucrats instead of election judges. The problem is that Minnesota law appears to require...

Counties are sending out absentee ballots without the ballots being requested

There are reports across the Twin Cities of persons who have received absentee ballot request forms without requesting them. Normally, absentee ballots are only...

Landlords Win Case Against Minneapolis and St. Paul Over First Amendment...

The federal district court for the district of Minnesota just ruled in favor of the Minnesota Voters Alliance and landlords (MVA, or the plaintiffs)...

Minnesota Lawmakers Look To Voter Privacy Bill

Lawmakers are pushing a bill that aims to protect voters’ party privacy on the March 3 presidential primary ballot. HF 3068, sponsored by chair of...

Minnesota Democrats introduce a bill to require that voting ballots and...

Seven Minnesota House Democrats have introduced a bill that would require the secretary of state to hire a translator to have voting...

MN House Democrats Propose Lowering Local Voting Age to 16

Minnesota Democrats are proposing a constitutional amendment that would allow 16-year-olds to vote in Minnesota elections. The language of the bill says that any “county,...

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

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.