The airwaves are flooded with campaign ads, phone-banks are busy with volunteers making calls, and doors are being knocked to get voters out ahead of Tuesday’s primary in Minnesota.
But on the corner of Marshall Avenue and Fairview Avenue in St. Paul, you’ll find a group during rush hour holding signs with a variety of political messages but also ones also asking bikers, pedestrians, and motorist if they are registered to vote.
“I think that there’s a lot of energy, that would be my take,” said Grant Boulanger, a first-time primary voter. “When I ask them have you voted in the primary before, they say no, I say are you going to vote this time, they say yes.”
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