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Primary elections typically have a significantly lower turnout than the November general election. Minnesota has had nation-leading voter turnout in its last three general elections, reaching nearly 80% in 2020.
The measure will provide Dover-Eyota Public Schools with $21.73 million for upgrades and maintenance around the district, as well as some new spaces.
Mueller and Ramaker are set for District 4 race in November, along with Davis and Rossman in District 5.
School board elections are technically nonpartisan races. However, the primary turned into a race deeply dividing voters into two camps.
Keane will be challenged by Hemenway in Ward 1, while Wahl and Castro will face each other in Ward 3.
But the special election became a close call as the race wore on
Multiple state legislative races, and city and county primary elections were held Tuesday. Here's how they shook out.
State rules don't bar a city candidate from serving as poll workers in neighboring communities.
Brad Finstad will face Democrat Jeff Ettinger and a pair of marijuana party candidates on Nov. 8 in the general election.
Secretary of State Steve Simon easily turned back a primary challenge from DFL candidate Steve Carlson during the Tuesday, Aug. 9, primary election. Kim Crockett beat Erik Van Mechelen in the GOP primary.
The DFL- and GOP-endorsed candidates for governor easily won their respective primary contests on Tuesday night.
The Associated Press called the race for Schultz at around 10:35 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9. With 73% of precincts reporting, Schultz had 54% of the vote, with candidate Doug Wardlow at 35%. Perennial candidate Sharon Anderson had around 12% of the vote.
Voters took part in Primary Day and the Minnesota First Congressional District Special Election on Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2022.