From the Department of Useless Information: Democratic Twins fans who are down about possibly losing control of the Minnesota House of Representatives can hang a hat on this one: History favors a winning Twins team when Republicans control the Minnesota House. Since 1971, the Twins average 80 wins and 80 losses in seasons in which Read more →
Archives for November 2, 2010
The argument over whether Minnesota continues to elect judges is only going to get louder.
For people in the metro, Rep. Jim Oberstar’s legacy will likely be two things: the light-rail you see, and the riverboats you don’t.
Oklahoma becomes the 27th state to adopt the idea.
Notes from election night at MPR.
We’re going to miss him. Mediocre football players aren’t that interesting.
It’s getting harder to keep voting secret.
What’s the best politics movie ever made?
The search for a missing family ends.
The Select A Candidate survey takers this year had different issues than what the candidates were addressing.
Is it OK to vote against someone, the cost of conservation, do bike-sharing programs work, a trapped wolf, and are you married to your digital gizmo?