As we close in on the election, let’s do a completely unscientific poll and see if people are voting and who they’re voting for. Survey says…
Here’s your voter’s guide for the 2020 election, with details on where and how to vote, who’s running in West St. Paul, and links to all candidate info.
Minnesota’s Second Congressional District, which includes West St. Paul, has had an on-and-off election that may have caused confusion. The race is on, so here are details about the candidates.
The Republican candidate for Minnesota House district 52A, Mariah de la Paz, falsely accused DFL incumbent Rick Hansen of voting to defund the police.
West St. Paul Reader endorses Lisa Eng Sarne: “West St. Paul needs me and people like me to step up and make what we can make better, better.”
A look at judicial races on the back of the ballot, including Minnesota Supreme Court with Paul Thissen vs. Michelle MacDonald and First District Court with Joseph Carter vs. Martin Judge.
South Metro Fire Department rolled out a new program to address mental health among firefighters and first responders. The ground-breaking program is called PAR 360, and South Metro Fire is one of the first departments to participate.
The West St. Paul City Council learned about a ground breaking new mental health program for firefighters, officially expanded the Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network, and addressed a brewing controversy over anti-abortion signs.