The general election isn’t until November 8 but you can vote in Minnesota from September 23 through election day. Voters do not need to state a reason for voting early. Voting Candidates The Secretary of State’s web site can provide a sample ballot specific to a voter’s precinct. It includes every race pertinent to that precinct. Republican endorsed Olmsted county legislative and Congressional candidates can be found on our Candidates page which also includes links to find candidates for local offices. Polling Places The Secretary of State’s Polling Place Finder can tell you where you vote on election day based on your address. Or call the county elections office at 507.328.7650. Absentee Voting Absentee voting for the November 8, 2016 election opens on Friday, September 23. Olmsted county’s …
The media’s treatment of a Benghazi victim’s father has been dramatically different from its treatment of Cindy Sheehan. Source: Hillary Clinton and Obama’s Lies on Benghazi — Too Many to Count, but Let’s Try
Day care providers brought suit in Ramsey county to stop Governor Dayton’s order for a unionization vote. A district judge issued a restraining order in their support.
Minneapolis will not raise taxes, instead cutting expenditures and government jobs. http://www.startribune.com/local/minneapolis/129662313.html How ’bout it Olmsted county? Thanks Carla.