Rasmusson wins Minnesota Senate District 9
Rasmusson defeated DFL Cornel Walker candidate.
DETROIT LAKES — Republican candidate Jordan Rasmusson won the Minnesota Senate District 9 race. The Minnesota Secretary of State reported Rasmusson had 22,850 votes, while Cornel Walker (DFL) collected 10,170 votes as of 11:58 p.m. on Nov. 8. There were 3,069 write-in votes reported.
The election, strikes and the abortion debate made headlines in Minnesota this year.
After a wild couple of elections, Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon is optimistic about the future of democracy.
Deraney said he is excited to be part of the planning process for possible facility upgrades to the Kent Freeman Arena and The Pavilion, as well as the ongoing West Lake Drive project.
While results still need to be certified, Minnesota was just one of three states to top the 60% mark, along with Wisconsin and Maine, according to the U.S. Election Project.
How Republicans and Democrats fared compared to two years ago.
Voter turnout was down 4% in Minnesota and 6% nationwide in the Nov. 8 election when compared to the 2018 midterm.