There is no dearth of evidence that Minnesotans are civic-minded. The state’s volunteerism rates are second in the nation, more than 60 percent of Minnesotans donate money to charity, and we lead the country in voter turnout. While such statistics are great, they don’t capture what it’s like to live in a social-minded state full… Read more »
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Bob Mac Murdo struggled with how he would vote on Minnesota’s marriage amendment a full year before it appeared on the ballot. Once he settled on his vote, though, he says he never looked back.
After filling in the oval on her ballot, the regret started almost immediately. It stayed with her throughout the rest of Election Day and the week that followed — well after her chosen candidate had lost Minnesota and the election.
Listen to the stories of doubt, indecision, religion, science, memories, childhood and relationships that have informed the decision-making of a handful of Minnesotans as they prepare to vote Nov. 6.