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Here you will find Sun Post’s coverage of the 2020 elections, including candidate profiles, questionnaires and primary and general election information.
- Hennepin County board candidates advance to General Election
- Primary Election roundup for Minnesota Senate, House races
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Langfellow, Blonigan will be on Robbinsdale mayor ticket
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Webb, Greenberg advance in Robbinsdale Ward II
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Kathi Hemken, Jonathan London advance in New Hope Mayor election
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Four advance in New Hope City Council election
- Rep. Ilhan Omar wins DFL primary in the 5th Congressional District
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Phillips and Qualls win, will face off for Third Congressional District
- Pha, Momanyi, Ericksen, Morson, Jacobson, Osemenan lead Brooklyn Park council primary
- PRIMARY ELECTION: Hennepin County board candidates advance to General Election
- Unofficial results: Butler, Lawrence-Anderson, Daniels, Goyah lead in BC council primary
- PRIMARY RESULTS: Frazier advances in House District 45A
- Cummings and Wilhelm advance in Crystal Ward 4 Council race
With a global pandemic stretching family budgets in unexpected ways this year, the coats donated to Community Emergency Assistance Programs through the Pilgrim Dry Cleaners Coats for Kids drive are a “godsend,” said Clare Brumback, CEO of Brooklyn Center-based Community Emergency Assistance …
The City of Robbinsdale is accepting registrations for National Night Out block parties, which will occur Oct. 6. Due to COVID-19, block parties will not be visited by local public safety officials, sharing of food and drink is being discouraged and street closures may be prohibited. Accordi…
Memorial Blood Centers has an urgent need for blood and platelet donations. With hurricanes affecting blood donations in the southern United States and COVID-19, donors are urgently needed to help maintain a stable supply of blood.
With a global pandemic stretching family budgets in unexpected ways this year, the coats don…
The New Hope Police Explorers program is looking for 14 to 21-year-olds that want the opport…
The only topic to push COVID-19 off the front pages this year has been the issues with racial disparities, police reform and public safety – especially here in Minnesota since the death of George Floyd.
Minnesota must safely open its schools. That is a complete sentence and thought, “safely open.”
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, police reform and civil unrest captured voters’ attention, the nation was in a longstanding debate about how to reform our immigration system. On one extreme, we have some who want to open up our borders to everyone, and on the other, we have those who want to s…
The Robbinsdale Chamber of Commerce opted to make its annual fair of business booths into a virtual event this year. A list of all of the promotions and deals as part of this event are available on the chamber website, robbinsdalechamber.com.
Laurie Mattson, owner of Rooms with Impact, a local real estate staging and interior design company, is the recipient of three awards from the Real Estate Staging Association.
In addition to massive public health concerns due to the coronavirus, legal issues abound as the 366 school districts in Minnesota, encompassing some 2,400 K-12 public schools, grapple to resume schooling. The struggles exist in our two districts, Hopkins and Robbinsdale, educating a total o…