Kyle Brown, KSTP, reports that a KSTP poll has found DFL Governor. Tim Walz leads Scott Jensen by 10 points, a smaller lead than the KSTP poll a few months ago which had Walz leading by 18 point.
Susan Du, The Strib’s reporter on Minneapolis, reports that Minneapolis has expelled a Near North homeless campment.
Paul Walsh of the Star Tribune reports that a suspected backer to an anti-government militia who, according to prosecutors, wanted Black activists and liberals dead was arrested and charged with “possessing and launching a grenade launcher, a machine gun and illegal drugs in his house.”
Fox 9’s Theo Keith reports Minnesota’s legal fight with Feeding Our Future. Until the FBI intervened, there was no evidence of fraud.
Report by Bring Me The News The number of COVID-19-related deaths has dropped slightly in the latest Minnesota Department of Health report Hospitalizations have increased after dropping a little last week.
Joe Nelson, Bring Me The News, reports that Minnesota’s drought is getting worse after September’s driest September ever recorded.
Briana Bierschbach, Star Tribune reporter, reports that Scott Jensen, GOP candidate for governor has been supported by the Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association.
Brian Bakst, MPR’s reporter, reports that neither DFL Governor. Tim Walz and Scott Jensen, the Republican challenger, are very open about their campaign events. Neither release a complete schedule. Both camps are becoming more wary of spontaneous moments as the contest progresses. Bakst writes that candidates are at risk of a confrontation, a mistake or a remark that is not intended.