Your voting guide to Minnesota and Wisconsin’s 2018 Midterm Election

Thousands of Northlanders are expected to weigh in Tuesday on one of the most anticipated midterm elections in recent memory.

In Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan, the polls open at 7 a.m. and will stay open until 8 p.m.

Click here to find your polling place:
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Each state has some closely watched races that could have significant statewide and national impacts.

In Minnesota, the Northland has all eyes on the 8th Congressional District race. However, the Gopher State is also choosing a new Governor and Luitenient Governor, two U.S. Senators, and a state Attorney General.

In Duluth, the city’s public school system is asking voters to increase its levy, which would bring benefits to students but also raise taxes for the city’s homeowners.

Meanwhile, it’s the neck-and-neck race for Governor topping the Election Day headlines in Wisconsin. Voters there will also decide if a blue U.S. Senate seat will flip red and who will represent the 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House.

Click here to learn more about the candidates.

KBJR 6 will have live coverage Tuesday night from several watch parties across the state, plus real-time reaction from local political experts.

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