Months of campaigning came to an end Tuesday as voters in Minnesota and around the nation cast their ballots for a range of federal, state and local offices in an election that is widely viewed as a referendum on President Donald Trump’s first two years in office. Polls closed in Minnesota at 8 p.m., but those already in line at polling locations at that time will be able to vote. We’ll be tracking the results of key races in Minnesota and across the country as they come in throughout the night. Click the buttons below to jump to a section. Here are some things to watch as the night progresses. See full Minnesota results here. MinnesotaU.S. SenateU.S. HouseGovernors Polls have closed in Minnesota, Wisconsin, much of U.S.: Many with tight races include Georgia, Missouri, Texas and Florida, where the governor’s race is neck-and-neck Dems flip two U.S. House seats: Nationwide, Democratic winners have been called in two races that previously were under GOP control in Florida and Virginia. Turnout appears to be high: Lines at polling locations have been strong all day, even through a steady drizzle and snowflakes Loading…Minnesota Governor Minnesotans will choose a new governor Tuesday in a high-stakes… Read full this story
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