It's official: Divided government reigns at the Minnesota Legislature

Any possible recounts wouldn't change the majority balance


November 12, 2020

Glen Stubbe – Star Tribune

With most legislators working remotely, members present on the Minnesota House floor stood for the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of the fifth special session of the year Oct. 13.

Full election results confirm what many already expected: Minnesota will usher in another two years of divided state government come January.

Initial election returns showed Republicans maintaining a slim majority in the Minnesota Senate and Democrats holding control of the state House.

On Tuesday, local election officials finished counting ballots, effectively sealing that outcome.


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