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A small but steady stream of masked UW-Madison students stopped by voter registration tables outside the unions last week to perform their civic duty. Madison City Clerk's office employees helped them through the paperwork, sanitized their used pens and talked among themselves as they waited for the next students to filter into the fairly empty tents.
Married for six years, the Bengtsons live in "different worlds."
The volume of early ballots accepted this year is already almost double the number counted for the entire 2016 election. With 11 days to go until Nov. 3, the mountain of mail ballots is expected to rise.
Feds say Texas adherent of far-right group fired on precinct building, conspired with cop killer to ignite civil war.
With three incumbents stepping down, Hennepin County Board in line for a major makeover after election
The board will look different after veterans Opat, Callison and Johnson chose not to run.