Allen Andersen, a former prosecutor in the Scott County Attorney’s Office, has announced his candidacy for Scott County Attorney.
Shakopee city councilor Jody Brennan announced May 27 that she will run for the District 3 commissioner’s seat on the Scott County Board.
Endorsing conventions held by the Scott County GOP yielded mixed results this month, with an endorsement decided in two of three legislative races under the local party’s watch.
Tyler Kistner, a Republican candidate for Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District, was officially named a “National Republican Congressional Committee Young Gun” Wednesday by U.S. House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy.
A November rematch between Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Angie Craig and Republican Tyler Kistner solidified this month within the redrawn boundaries of Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District.
On Tuesday, residents within the Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools district boundaries will be asked to vote on a technology levy funding request.
After a year of discussion and planning, the Prior Lake Savage Area School Board at their Monday meeting approved holding a referendum for a technology levy request on Election Day, Nov. 2, 2021.
The first Credit River City Council won’t look much different than the last Credit River Township Board. Voters re-elected all but one public official to represent the newly incorporated city on Tuesday.
After a lengthy incorporation process, Credit River Township is holding its first municipal election today — the final step necessary to change the township to a city.
Republican Tyler Kistner announced his second campaign for Minnesota’s Second U.S. Congressional District on April 20.
Voters have been casting their ballots by mail and in-person due to the coronavirus pandemic since September and on Tuesday evening after polls closed, Americans tuned in to see who would be named the winner at every level of the election.
Through ballots cast statewide, Joe Biden claimed Minnesota’s 10 electoral votes, earning 52% of votes compared to President Donald Trump’s 45%.
The evening of Tuesday, Nov. 3 became a long night for Scott County candidates and residents waiting to find out who would fill open positions for the coming term.
With changes in the voting process due to the coronavirus pandemic and one of the the most contentious presidential races to date, there was nothing typical about Election Day this year.
RED WING — U.S. Rep. Angie Craig declared victory in the race to keep her 2nd Congressional District seat against Republican challenger Tyler Kistner.
Voters cast their ballots for a special election Tuesday to fill a vacant seat on the Prior Lake City Council. Unofficial election results from the Minnesota Secretary of State show Kimberly Churchill is in the lead to fill the seat for the remaining two-year term.
Approximately half of Scott County voters are expected to have their vote counted through an absentee ballot in the 2020 General Election.
As October wraps up, there’s just over a week until the official Election Day —Tuesday, Nov. 3. Here’s everything you need to know about where to vote, how to vote and who you will see on your ballot:
Adam Weeks, the Legal Marijuana Now Party candidate in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District, has died, and the election for that seat will be postponed, Secretary of State Steve Simon announced Thursday.
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