Vote on Tuesday, Minnesota
class=img_thumbleft>Democracy: Practice makes perfect. Find your Minnesota polling place at Pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us . Then use Mapquest.com for driving directions or Metrotransit.org for Twin Cities bus schedules and maps. For ballots and candidates, go to the Star Tribune's online voter guide, Startribune.com/politics and type in your zip code. Elections are Tuesday, November 8, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Scan the League of Pissed-Off Voters' endorsements , the City of Minneapolis election center , and St. Paul's website . Otherwise, here are a bunch of links for background: Minneapolis Mayoral Mayhem (MNSpeak 8/26/05), Randy Kelly R.I.P.? Can the St. Paul mayor rebound from an awful primary showing? (City Pages 10/12/05), White Fight: How did the majority-minority Eighth Ward end up with two white candidates? (City Pages 10/12/05), Black on Black Grime: The Natalie Johnson Lee/Don Samuels race for city council is one of the nastiest campaigns in local memory (City Pages 10/26/05), The Diva of Downtown: With her gaudy campaign chest and indelicate manners, Lisa Goodman acts like she runs City Hall. Maybe she does. (City Pages 10/26/05), Hardball politics in St. Paul (Blotter 10/26/05), Park and Wreck: This election season, the dysfunctional Minneapolis Park Board is ripe for reform (City Pages 11/2/05), Peter McLaughlin: I'm running because we must do better (Star Tribune 11/3/05), St. Paul mayoral money map (Pioneer Press 10/23/05). Don't ask me for endorsements, I live in Golden Valley , son.
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