Vote on Tuesday, Minnesota

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Democracy: Practice makes perfect. Find your Minnesota polling place at Pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us. Then use Mapquest.com for driving directions or Metrotransit.org for Twin Cities bus schedules and maps. For ballots and candidates, go to the Star Tribune's online voter guide, Startribune.com/politics and type in your zip code. Elections are Tuesday, November 8, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Scan the League of Pissed-Off Voters' endorsements, the City of Minneapolis election center, and St. Paul's website. Otherwise, here are a bunch of links for background: Minneapolis Mayoral Mayhem (MNSpeak 8/26/05), Randy Kelly R.I.P.? Can the St. Paul mayor rebound from an awful primary showing? (City Pages 10/12/05), White Fight: How did the majority-minority Eighth Ward end up with two white candidates? (City Pages 10/12/05), Black on Black Grime: The Natalie Johnson Lee/Don Samuels race for city council is one of the nastiest campaigns in local memory (City Pages 10/26/05), The Diva of Downtown: With her gaudy campaign chest and indelicate manners, Lisa Goodman acts like she runs City Hall. Maybe she does. (City Pages 10/26/05), Hardball politics in St. Paul (Blotter 10/26/05), Park and Wreck: This election season, the dysfunctional Minneapolis Park Board is ripe for reform (City Pages 11/2/05), Peter McLaughlin: I'm running because we must do better (Star Tribune 11/3/05), St. Paul mayoral money map (Pioneer Press 10/23/05). Don't ask me for endorsements, I live in Golden Valley, son.

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