Voter turnout is light and few problems are being reported today as Minneapolis uses instant runoff voting for the first time.
Instant runoff voting advocates are pushing for more Minnesota cities to follow suit, with the eventual goal of using it for statewide elections. Here are some frequently asked questions about it.
On the same day Minneapolis residents cast their first Instant Runoff Voting ballots, St. Paul will decide on a referendum on whether or not to use the controversial voting system for its municipal elections.
When you apply instant runoff voting to an election with multiple winners, things get complicated.
Supporters and opponents of instant runoff voting faced off in St. Paul Wednesday night for their first and only formal public debate.
Early reviews are pouring in for Bob Dylan's new Christmas album and the verdict is anything but unanimous.
Minneapolis officials say it will take about eight weeks to count all the ballots in this year's city elections, because of the new instant runoff voting system.
Eight years after U.S. war planes dropped their first bombs on Afghanistan, public support for the war has plunged by more than 50 percentage points.
Unless they catch the Detroit Tigers in the standings, this weekend will be last time the Minnesota Twins play baseball in the Metrodome, their home since 1982. We asked folks to tell us what they'll remember most about Twins baseball in the Metrodome. Here are some of their stories.
Two state legislators want Minnesota's tax reciprocity agreement with Wisconsin re-instated.
A mathematician who's spent years analyzing voting systems told a Minneapolis audience Tuesday that instant runoff voting is not the answer.
Gov. Tim Pawlenty has been on the road a lot since he announced he's not seeking re-election. He's testing the waters for a possible run for president in 2012. Follow his travels around the country on our map.
President Obama last week tried to extend an olive branch to the GOP, by signaling support for some type of limited medical malpractice reform, but here in Minnesota, doctors and lawyers say the state's malpractice laws are already working.
Morning Edition producer Curtis Gilbert decided to find out how a day of State Fair food effects the body, and what he found out may surprise you.
U.S. Rep. John Kline, R-Minn., on Thursday called for Democrats to scrap their health insurance reform bill and draft a new one with more input from Republicans.