The insurgency that swept Democrats into power in the U.S. House was led by suburban voters, both in the Twin Cities area and across the country.
Minnesota's urban/rural political divide deepened in this year's midterm election.
See how Minnesota voted for governor, neighborhood by neighborhood, by exploring this highly detailed map of precinct results across the state.
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The tied race, which was set to be decided by a coin flip, was broken after election judges found Marylee Abrams five votes ahead.
It's the second straight election that the state has earned the honor.
It hasn't been a month since Election Day, but Democrats are starting to search for an opponent to President Donald Trump in two years.
Much of the buzz surrounding Sen. Amy Klobuchar's presidential chances in 2020 stems from her performance in parts of Minnesota where other Democrats running for statewide office have struggled. Here is a look at how Klobuchar outperformed Gov.-elect Tim Walz and U.S. Sen. Tina Smith in precincts won by President Donald Trump in 2016.