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MN Sec. of State says there’s no issues reported at polling places

SAINT PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota’s Secretary of State says there’s an “absence” of things to report in regards to issues at the polls or in election offices. Steve Simon says there were no fights over masks, voting eligibility or voter suppression in the state. He adds there were lines in many places in the Twin Cities Metro, but they seemed longer…

Klobuchar, Smith, Heitkamp make campaign stops in Glyndon, Moorhead

GLYNDON & MOORHEAD, Minn. — Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith and former North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp are working to get out the vote. For them, taking a stroll through the Koester family farm in Glyndon, Minnesota is a reminder of what’s on the line this election. “It remains that we need to help rural America, and we…

Cass County Finance Office preparing for in-person voting

Two of the six voting sites are in West Fargo and Casselton.

FARGO, N.D.–The Cass County Finance Office is hoping to resume in-person voting for the upcoming general election. The Finance Office has identified six voting sites out of the usual 38 to hold in-person voting at. The six sites were chosen due to their ability to accommodate high voter turnout while remaining socially distant. Two of the six sites are in…

Election Day: how to find your polling place

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Minnesota’s Primary Election is on Tuesday. The Primary Election allows voters to choose their preferred candidates for the general election. Voters who do not know their polling place can visit sos.state.mn.us. The site also provides the districts for your precinct and the candidates on the ballot. Polling sites open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Voters who…

Minneapolis council puts plan to abolish police in motion

MINNEAPOLIS (AP)–The Minneapolis City Council is taking steps that might someday do away with the city’s police department in the wake of George Floyd’s death. The council votes Friday on a proposal to amend the city charter to replace the current department with a “Department of Community Safety and Violence Prevention” that would prioritize a “holistic” and “public-health oriented” approach….

Cass County Voters to Begin Receiving Absentee Ballots

Ballots must be postmarked no later than midnight on June 8.

CASS COUNTY, N.D.–Cass County voters who applied for absentee ballots will begin receiving them in the mail on May 18. Ballot applications for the June 9 election were mailed to all North Dakota residents back in April. Voters receiving absentee ballots are reminded to place the completed ballot inside the brown secrecy envelope first, then place the secrecy envelope inside…

Traill County 4th Grader Creates Winning “I Voted” Sticker for use in North Dakota Elections

Khloe Brandon's sticker was chosen from 43 entries at the statewide level to win the contest.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption TRAILL COUNTY, N.D.–A Traill County fourth grader was chosen as the winner of the “I Voted” sticker contest launched by the North Dakota County Auditors Association. Khloe Brandon’s sticker was chosen from 43 entries at the statewide level to win the contest. Khloe’s sticker design is an eagle in front…

Bloomberg Ends Presidential Campaign, Endorses Biden

WASHINGTON–Mike Bloomberg announced he is ending his bid for president on Wednesday. In a statement, Bloomberg said that the results from Super Tuesday make his nomination “virtually impossible.” He said he will continue to fight to defeat Donald Trump by endorsing Joe Biden saying, “I’ve always believed that defeating Donald Trump starts with uniting behind the candidate with the best…