Dayton leads Emmer: A pattern.With one exception in this year's governor's race, DFLer Mark Dayton has outperformed Republican Tom Emmer in every statewide opinion poll. Sometimes he's led by a single percentage point. Sometimes it's been by as much as nine. But the pattern is there, and it ... More >>
The minority Republicans are licking their wounds and figuring out what to do next.
If you weren't teabagging someone yesterday, you're probably missing out on something that is sweeping the nation.
In a solid straight-forward decision, the three judge panel hearing Norm Coleman's recount case ruled in Al Franken's favor. Next up: Coleman's appeal.
If you're still stuck on the 2008 elections high, we've got more details on each state's vote breakdown are coming out and painting some interesting pictures of our country's voting patterns and our excitement for racial equality.
We would all like to see the University of Minnesota shock the world and make us NCAA champions. Unfortunately the experts don't give us much of a chance.
Beer sales were down in fourth quarter. Or are we just drinking more PBR?
Now that the 2008 election is long over, he's bored with the Minnesota recount and he made an attempt to predict the Oscar winners, FiveThirtEight's Nate Silver is looking ahead to 2012 Republican presidential prospects.
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Norm Coleman suffered yet another setback in his court contests to win some more votes to overtake Al Franken in the Senate recount ... More >>
The state Canvassing Board finished reviewing Al Franken's ballot challenges Wednesday and now it's time to move on to Norm Col ... More >>
While Secretary of State Mark Ritchie encouraged candidates to remove some of their challenged ballots, Norm Coleman added more ... More >>
A Dartmouth study of the Minnesota Senate recount shows more evidence that undervotes in the race could favor Al Franken in his ... More >>