St. Cloud residents have complained about the city streets for years, but are they willing to increase their own taxes to improve them? The city of St. Cloud has an $18 million bond referendum on next week's ballot. The money would be used to catch-up on overdue street projects.
A new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll shows the fight over a proposed constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage is in a statistical dead heat. The Star Tribune reported Sunday that 48 percent of likely Minnesota voters support the amendment that would define marriage as between one man and one woman, while 47 percent of Minnesotans oppose the change.
Supporters of gay marriage who are fighting a proposed ban on Minnesota's ballot are trying to win over a particularly skeptical audience: senior citizens. As Election Day approaches, polls show Minnesotans are closely divided on a constitutional ban.
One of the two Constitutional Amendment questions on the ballot on November 6th is about requiring a photo I.D. to vote. If the amendment questions passes, voters would be required to show a government approved photo I.D.
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