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Election News: Balance of Power Likely to Remain the Same in MN Legislature

On November 4, 2020 by Kari Thurlow

As of the writing of this article, votes are still being counted in several close races in St. Cloud, Rochester, Austin and a few key suburbs, however, it is looking like there will not be a major shift in party control in the Minnesota Legislature. Minnesota entered the 2020 election with the only divided Legislature in the country. DFLers were seeking to gain control over the Minnesota Senate, allowing for single party control of the state Government, something that hasn’t happened since 2013. It needed only to knock off two Republican incumbents and hold its own seats to retake the Senate.

LeadingAge Minnesota 2020 Election Guide is Here

On September 16, 2020 by Kari Thurlow

Election season is upon us! Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd, but starting this Friday (9/18) absentee ballots will be available for the

2020 Election: Registering to Vote

On August 26, 2020 by Libbie Chapuran

This election year, LeadingAge Minnesota encourages all Minnesotans, including those living and serving in long-term care settings, to actively engage in the election process by practicing their right to vote. But before you can vote, you must register.

DFL Sweeps Statewide Offices, Flips Minnesota House

On November 7, 2018 by Jodi Boyne

When the votes were tallied last night, there was no denying the DFL in Minnesota. DFL candidates for statewide office were victorious in all races, the Minnesota House of Representatives flipped from Republican to DFL control and the DFL in Minnesota flipped two key seats to help Democrats regain control of the U.S. House of Representatives.   

The Results Are In: It’s Walz vs. Johnson in Governor’s Race

On August 15, 2018 by Jodi Boyne

High voter turnout on primary night led to a few surprises and many potential “firsts” in Minnesota election history. 

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