If you don’t like political ads, you may not want to get your mail or watch television for the next five months. That’s because no matter where you live in Minnesota, you are likely in a competitive district.
Between two U.S. Senate seats, eight U.S. House seats, the Governor’s mansion, all Minnesota constitutional offices, the entirety of the Minnesota House and a special election to decide the majority of the Minnesota Senate, voters will have a lengthy ballot this November.
It is set to be one of the most intense election seasons we’ve ever seen. Here’s a breakdown of our 2018 elections by the numbers.