As the dust settled from last Tuesday’s election, one of the key players in the successful effort to defeat the proposed voter ID constitutional amendment reflected on how his side
On first hearing, voter ID laws sound like an obvious and innocent idea. After all, don’t you need ID for everything else these days? So it’s not surprising that 80
Voting amendment opponents carved out a solid victory at the polls on Tuesday that would have been nearly unthinkable just months ago. Advocates of requiring citizens to show a photo
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Bud Johnston’s decision about whether he would support the proposed voter identification amendment on Tuesday’s ballot came down to the wire. For weeks, Johnston, of Pipestone,
Voter ID opponents claimed victory early Wednesday morning with 95 percent of precincts reporting only 45.8 percent in favor of the proposed amendment that would require photographic identification for voting.
Across Minnesota, volunteers and politicians are dug in for the final stretch before Election Day. From daylong bus tours to daybreak rallies, Republicans and Democrats are fanning out across Minnesota