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STEVE SIMON

Simon and his wife, Leia, both delivered emotional speeches following the endorsement.
Beginning in October, nearly a year after Election Day 2020, a group with concerns about results and electoral processes has repeatedly asked commissioners to check the accuracy of the county’s results as well as conduct an examination of the Dominion Voting Systems tabulators in use to count paper ballots in Crow Wing.
Secretary of State Steve Simon came looking to boost voter turnout during a visit to Willmar. Minnesota leads the nation three years in running in voter turnout, but one in five still are not exercising their right to a say in our democracy.
Safe at Home is only one example of how the State of Minnesota has made protecting victims of crime, and potential victims of crime, a priority.

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All 10 of Minnesota's electors remained faithful to the state's popular vote for President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon reiterated that there have been zero credible reports of voter fraud in the state after November's election.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota officially matched 58% of its turnout for the 2016 general election Monday morning, Nov. 2, according to the latest figures from the secretary of state's office
Federal civil rights officials to monitor Election Day proceedings in Minneapolis, along with 43 other jurisdictions.
The decision requires election officials to separate ballots that arrive after 8 p.m. Nov. 3, but if and how they'll be tallied remains unclear.
"There is no pandemic exception to the Constitution": Ballots that arrive by mail after 8 p.m. Election Day or after 3 p.m. in-person will be held separately upon arrival.

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A rule granting Minnesota election officials extra time to accept absentee ballots came before a federal court Tuesday.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon said Nov. 3 will be "an election like no other," but assured voters that they should trust the state's voting systems in place.
Hennepin County election officials on Thursday said more people were voting by mail and highlighted efforts to keep voters and election materials secure ahead of Nov. 3.

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