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ELECTION 2022

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Election 2022 headlines
During a news conference on Tuesday, the Democratic-Farmer-Labor governor said voters would have a large say in future access to abortion in Minnesota and asked them to back his reelection bid.



Grand Forks County School Board candidate Ron Barta alleged Grand Forks County Auditor Debbie Nelson was acting in an official capacity and impeded his right to campaign.
Jensen hasn’t been shy about disclosing the investigations into his medical license, sometimes holding it up as a badge of honor for standing firm about his beliefs. He has taken to social media to claim he is under scrutiny for political reasons.

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And not only was turnout down, but Republicans continue to dominate Democrats when it comes to primary participation.
The residency and eligibility to run for Minnesota Senate District 2 of candidate Edward Strickland is being questioned after a petition was filed alleging he lives in a city near St. Paul, and not in District 2.
About 105,400 residents cast ballots in the primary and local contests, accounting for just 17.8% of eligible voters, said Secretary of State Al Jaeger.
The people voted. Who won? Who lost? Former NDGOP vice chairman Jim Poolman joins this episode of Plain Talk, as does long-time political operative Pat Finken, to talk it over.
Between Jan. 1 and May 31, Gov. Tim Walz’s reelection campaign raised nearly $1.8 million and now has $4.46 million on hand heading into the summer. Republican challenger Scott Jensen raised about $472,000 in the same period and had $663,000 on hand as of May 31.
Instead of dumping mailers on voters, why not try talking to them?
For all the griping about the NDGOP not being conservative enough, it has built a 30-year super-majority on the back of pragmatic policy making that appeals to most North Dakota voters. That success is at risk if a small faction of ideologues is allowed to continue using the manipulated outcomes of small conventions to create the appearance that the NDGOP is something it isn't.
In the night’s most anticipated legislative race, House Appropriations Chairman Jeff Delzer appears to have lost his bid for reelection in District 33, which extends from north of Bismarck west to Mercer County.
Results began rolling in shortly after 8 p.m. Central, with Park Board and County Commission races finishing up shortly before 9 p.m.
Vote totals are unofficial, preliminary results.
Many of the races were uncontested.