Political party leaders in Minnesota are billing 2018 as a pivotal year, with an open race for governor and both U.S. Senate seats up for election in November, along with congressional and statewide races.
|The largest contingent at the Republican caucus in Annandale came from Corinna Township, which was represented by nine people. (Photo by Ross Evavold)|
But February is a long ways away from November, and this is a non-presidential year, both of which went a long way to explain the lack of interest in the precinct caucuses in Annandale Tuesday, Feb. 6.
Tuesday, February 13, 2018