In the upcoming general midterm elections, Minnesota will see an open race for governor and both U.S. Senate seats on the ballot. The 5th Congressional District and House District 60B races are also open, with both districts encompassing the University of Minnesota campus.
Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections, organizations around the University of Minnesota have tracked an uptick in student political involvement.
The University of Minnesota Alumni Association recently released a survey to prepare its members for the upcoming midterm elections, garnering responses from state and federal candidates regarding higher education funding and policy.
The Minnesota Daily spoke with University of Minnesota students ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm elections. Students discussed what issues matter to them and voting on campus.
With around two weeks until the general midterm elections, DFL candidates gathered on the University of Minnesota campus Thursday evening to emphasize the importance of the student vote.
Chief Justice of the United States John Roberts spoke to a crowd of nearly 3,000 Tuesday at Northrop Auditorium as part of a University of Minnesota Law School lecture series.
Early voting began Sept. 21 for the general election at a downtown Minneapolis location, where city data shows areas around the University of Minnesota campus netting high turnout rates.
As November’s midterm elections approach, University of Minnesota student leaders are shifting away from candidate-driven campaign strategies.
House 60B candidate Joe Patiño says he wants to reach out to one group he feels has been especially overlooked in the area: the University of Minnesota’s Greek community.
The impending selection process of four members of the University of Minnesota’s Board of Regents began last week with the Regent Candidate Advisory Council(RCAC), a citizen group who are filtering regent applications before lawmakers choose members next session.