In a campaign there is nothing bigger than a face-to-face debate between the candidates. This election season, The UpTake will bring you coverage of 17 of those debates that could determine who wins the election and ultimately determines Minnesota's future.
U.S. Senator Al Franken and Republican opponent Mike McFadden had their first one-on-one debate Wednesday in Duluth.
Sure, Franken and McFadden met before at Farmfest, but they had to share the stage with a lot of other candidates then. This debate is just the two of them. It was interesting.
(Please note, there were some technical problems with the livestream. The audio at the end of the debate is missing. We are working to fix that) (more…)
A group trying to get Minnesota to divest its investments in Israel saw a glimmer of hope this week in its meeting with the state board that controls those investments.
Viking's Executive Vice President Lester Bagley says his team is "obligated" to promote the Redskins, but is going to provide opportunities the week of the game for opponents of the name to be heard.