This NASA satellite photo shows Hurricane Sandy as it appeared from space on Monday. Today’s Question: What’s your reaction to this photo?
MPR News is sponsoring a series of debates in St. Paul’s Fitzgerald Theater this week. Tonight, it’s voter ID. Today’s Question: Which way will you vote on the constitutional amendment that would require voters to present photo identification at polling places, and why?
President Obama and Mitt Romney are campaigning hard in the so-called battleground states, like Ohio. Iowa and Wisconsin are also treated as critical swing states, but Minnesota is not. Today’s Question: Do you wish Minnesota were considered a swing state?
Newspapers in Milwaukee and St. Paul have decided to withhold some endorsements this political season. Today’s Question: Do newspaper endorsements play a role in your vote?
Some observers speculate that the winner of the popular vote in this year’s presidential election might lose in the Electoral College, as happened in 2000 and several times in the 19th century. (Listen to a 2008 podcast about the Electoral College here.) Today’s Question: What’s your view of the Electoral College?
Voters in several states are considering ballot initiatives to legalize the recreational use of marijuana this year. In at least one state, Washington, the effort is considered likely to pass. Today’s Question: Should Minnesota voters have a chance to decide whether to legalize marijuana?
The 2012 presidential debates are now history. Today’s Question: What should have been covered in the debates, but wasn’t?
The third and final presidential debate of this election year is set for tonight. Today’s Question: What are you hoping to hear in the final presidential debate?
Newsweek magazine has announced that it will stop publishing its paper edition at the end of this year, moving to online-only publication supported by paid subscriptions. Today’s Question: With so much material free on the Web, are you willing to pay for online content?
It now appears that both professional orchestras in the Twin Cities will have locked out their musicians by late Sunday. Today’s Question: Will the absence of both professional orchestras affect the quality of life in the Twin Cities?